Dogs at Wheeldon Trees Cottages

We want all our guests to enjoy their holiday at Wheeldon Trees Cottages. We have reserved three cottages where you are welcome to bring one small, house-trained dog with you. These are Ollerenshaw (sleeps two people), Critchlow (sleeps three people) and Lomas (sleeps four people).

For the benefit of all our guests, please ensure you clean up after your animal. An additional cleaning charge of £50 will apply per cottage, per booking, if you bring your dog.

Pet equipment

  •     Dog exercise area
  •     Outside tap and brush for muddy paws
  •     Waste bins for scoop bags
  •     Disposal bags 

For your cottage

  •     Dog cage – 67cm(36in) high x 60cm(23in) wide x 91cm(26in) long
  •     Furniture throws
  •     Stair gate

Dog friendly information

We also have information on:

  •     Local dog friendly places to eat and visit
  •     Local vets
  •     Local pet shop and food suppliers
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The family will get back for another visit at some point. Absolutely love it there, it’s like coming home!!!

I wish I was there. I can smell the beautiful country air after the field has been cut.

And looks incredibly peaceful

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Whinstone Lee Tor, Peak District

For spectacular scenery and moderately challenging walking, try Whinstone Lee Tor at the southern end of Derwent Edge and with great views up the Derwent Valley reservoirs, across Ladybower to Crook Hill and Win Hill. The walk is 5 miles and willl take about 3 hours with refreshment breaks, but well worth the vew on a fine day.  


The Roaches, Peak District

Once famous for its wallablies, The Roaches with Hen Cloud and Ramshaw Rocks is owned by the Peak District National Park Authority. The spectacular gritstone escarpment marks the south-western edge of the Peak - a line of fantastic shapes guarding the entrance to the Peak District.  

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