Rough Top was once a farmer’s cottage and barn which has been lovingly converted into a luxurious dog-friendly countryside retreat for guests to enjoy. Situated in the beautiful Yorkshire Countryside, Rough Top is full of original features and character, making it the perfect environment in which to kick back and enjoy your holiday. Rough Top is aptly named being at 1300′ high on the Yorkshire moors above Hebden Bridge on the Yorkshire/Lancashire border, has stunning views, and is ideal for those wanting to get away from it all. With plenty of walks and cycle routes for all abilities nearby, you and your furry friend will have a wonderful time exploring all that this stunning countryside has to offer. We are within easy walking distance of Bridestone’s Rocks, a popular place for climbers and scramblers. Once you’ve explored the local surroundings, you can return to our cosy cottage and relax in front of a roaring log fire. As dog owners ourselves we understand only too well how important it is that your dog enjoys their stay at Rough Top Cottage. In our welcome pack you will find a treat for your canine companion, and we provide an emergency kit box comprising bowls, leads, towels, throws and poo bags in case you forget anything. We even have a large crate, for crate trained dogs, that you can hire but please ensure you bring your dogs own bedding to make them feel at home. Outside we have a cold water hose, fitted with a shower head, so you can wash off your dog after walkies. The garden is fenced to make it private allowing you and your dog to relax. For more information about bringing your dog to stay at Rough Top Cottage, please check out the dedicated doggy page on our website.
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