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Welcome to your dog friendly holiday in Whitby

We know your Dog is a very important member of your family. Going on holiday without him just isn't an option . From experience and visitors feedback, we also know search and find dog friendly can be a long, tedious task. We decided to address this flaw for tourists who would like to bring their dog on holiday to Whitby.

Open For Dogs
Owners Welcome naturally!

We know there is a significant number of holiday accommodation here in Whitby where pets are welcome. So we have highlighted a variety just for you. We've also added an array of interesting produce, products, news and much more.

From the comfort of your armchair you can browse, book and plan the perfect break for you and your dog. A fun holiday in Whitby really is at your fingertips.

Explore Whitby Where Dogs Are Welcome.

Fresh Yorkshire Produce

Enjoy a real taste of Yorkshire establishments who use Quality Fresh Yorkshire Produce. Sample mouth watering fresh food and drink including wines, Yorkshire tea, beer, home made breads, pies, pizzas, jams from farmers markets, country markets and shops who stock delicious regional specialities. Look out for Delicious Yorkshire Breakfast Awards.


Delightful cafe in unrivalled position in Sandsend near Whitby. Uninterrupted sea views. Light meals. Home made cakes. Picnics and Hampers made up. Outside seating. Dogs welcome. Parking.

Popular 5 star Award Winning dog friendly fish restaurant in Whitby town centre. Take-away service. Seats over 70 . Disabled access. Baby changing facilities. Groups offered Special Rates. Whitby Guest Book entry.

Dog friendly cafe in Whitby serving home cooked pies and mash peas and gravy. Fresh locally sourced ingredients farms and suppliers. Organic pastry.

Family run business including production of ice cream set in 17 acres of idyllic Yorkshire countryside with views over Whitby Harbour

Growers of quality tomatoes and cucumbers sold at nursery and The Fruit Shop Pickering. Garden Plants also.

Brother Rainer and a team of Benedictine Monks produce chocolate truffles the Swiss ad Belgian way

Sells locally caught fish, crabs, langoustines and lobsters. Some produce caught by company themselves from their small boat in Robin Hoods Bay

Flavoured oils, garlic, chilli, sundried tomatoes and vinegars tarragon, lemon herb provencel and other seasonal preserves