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Dog-friendly glamping in Yorkshire

Historic Yorkshire is a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts and their four-legged friends. If you prefer your surroundings more rugged than manicured, you’ve come to the right place. Known as ‘God’s Country’ by locals, there are dales to climb for spectacular views, dry stone walls to munch sarnies behind, ancient market towns to explore and sandy beaches to run wild on. If your dog is used to suburban streets and the local park, walks on the wild side in Yorkshire will set tails wagging.

Recommended dog-friendly places

These are our most popular dog-friendly glamping locations in Yorkshire. Our team have visited every single one personally, to find only the most special and quirky spaces that we just know you'll want to visit.
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The River Lodge

The River Lodge

From £185 p/n
Large cabin surrounded with woodland


From £199 p/n

Why Book a Dog-Friendly Glamping Holiday in Yorkshire with Canopy & Stars?

We inspect every one of our glamping places in Yorkshire to make sure they’re equally well suited to humans and hounds. There’s zero stress involved in bringing your loyal companion when dogs are welcomed with open arms. Impress your pup with acres of wide-open green space, cosy nooks to doze in and peaceful outdoor decks to loll on while their owners kick back with a beer in the outdoor tub just a few feet away.

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About dog-friendly glamping in Yorkshire

Who we are

We are an employee-owned independent travel company on a mission to connect as many people as possible to the great outdoors. Close the laptop, put down the remote and come and experience a life more wild with us. It’s not just the views that will convert you to glamping, it’s the deep sense of calm and contentment that settles in your bones after a couple of days spent in nature with your dog.

Our dog-friendly glamping breaks in Yorkshire

Whether your taste is chic and Scandi (with not one but two outdoor tubs), riverside seclusion on the North York Moors or luxe safari tent in the woods, we’ve got the place for you. Dogs might not appreciate all the indulgent extras, but they will appreciate the trails that stretch from the front door, ready for eager noses to explore and the undivided attention that their contented owners are lavishing on them.

What to do with your dog in Yorkshire

It’s hard to know where to begin when it comes to dog-friendly activities in Yorkshire, but some highlights of your glamping getaway might include the circular clifftop walk at Flamborough Head, a visit to the caves in Knaresborough, a trip on the North York Moors railway (with a stop at Hogsmeade for Harry Potter fans), and hikes on Ilkley Moor. If you start to crave a cuppa and a spot of retail therapy, head to the shops and dog-friendly cafes of Harrogate or Hebden Bridge.

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At Canopy & Stars, we’re one of the highest-scoring B-Corps in travel in the world. We’re continually looking for new ways to reduce our impact, and that includes a commitment to achieving net zero carbon by 2030. We’re aiming to raise £50,000 to protect our national parks, and we’re limiting the number of places we offer in over-touristed areas. Find out more in our latest impact report.

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