TeamCocopup: A dog friendly adventure with Route Yorkshire
Exploring the Yorkshire Coast has never been easier than with Route YC, which offers bespoke itineraries that celebrate the very best that Yorkshire has to offer.
Team Coco roving rePAWter TeamCocopup Charlie and doting dog-mum Hannah Tan-Gillies explored Route YC’s pet-friendly offering which included some fabulous dog friendly hotels pet-loving pubs and restaurants and of course – plenty of breath-taking coastal walks. Because after all, the best thing about the British seaside in the winter is that doggies are allowed to roam. Here are a few of our favourite places to stay, eat and hang out across Route YC’s various itineraries – enjoy!
Bike and Boot Hotel
The quirky and colourful Bike and Boot Hotel in Scarborough that has everything four-legged travellers could ask for and more. There are 65 colourful, art-filled bedrooms plenty with gorgeous seaside views. The Bike & Boot has some pretty fun Wadobi facilities on offer,even a free bike storage and dog grooming area for muddy pooches after a long walk. There is even a Film Club as well as unlimited hot drinks and free teatime cakes. Not to mention, the fabulous Bareca restaurant offers a delectable menu of comfort foods like pizzas, pastas and steaks – perfect for an indulgent winter dinner.
The Bike and Boot is a great place to explore Scarborough with your four legged pal. Known as one of the UK’s biggest seaside resorts, Scarborough has so much more to offer than the classic coastal views and boardwalks. Here, there are rugged coastal paths, lush woodlands and plenty of adrenaline-pumping water sports to get your heartrate up this cold January. Route YC’s Scarborough Route itinerary challenges whatever pre-conceived notions you may have about this coastal town – so be ready for some exciting surprises.
This one is for all you spa lovers out there. This fabulous dog friendly hotel and spa in Sandsend Beach, Whitby offers elegant accommodation that is perfect for a coastal weekend getaway. Picture contemporary décor, cloud-like beds, and an excellent restaurant which celebrates locally sourced ingredients from Raithwaite Sandsend’s organic garden and of course seafood from Whitby. Plus, doggies are allowed in the restaurant too.
If you’ve got a water dog like our very own TeamCocopup then why not spend the day at the North Yorkshire Water Park, which offers a fun doggie paddle boarding experience. Believe us when we say that your pups won’t want to leave. Outside of the water, the North Yorkshire Water Park offers up 2.5 kilometres of lakeside walks which is great for energetic pooches. There is also a doggy water station and free poo bags, which are small but lovely touches that any doting dog parent would appreciate.
This family-friendly Country Club offers a host of leisure activities throughout the year including a gym, fully-kitted spa and indoor heated swimming pool. There is also a lake perfect for fishing enthusiasts and 40 acres of beautiful Yorkshire countryside, perfect for long walks with your pups. Not to mention, Guy’s Café Bar and Restaurant, the park’s on-site restaurant, is wonderfully dog friendly and brings locally-sourced Yorkshire ingredients to life with truly delectable dishes.
Located on the beautiful Yorkshire Coast, next to the stately home of Sewerby hall and overlooking the breath-taking Flamborough Head and Bridlington Bay is The Ship Inn. A cosy, traditional pub that boasts a large beer garden on the cliff tops. The very dog friendly Ship Inn is known all throughout the Yorkshire Coast for its award-winning cask ales and craft beers . Plus, its ‘Beer and Music Festivals’ events in the Easter and August Bank Holidays are such a riot and definitely worth checking out.
This charming coastal café in Bridlington is an absolute must-visit with your four legged travel companion. With panoramic sea views as far as the eye can see as well as delicious comfort foods and drinks, there’s something for everyone at Richie’s Café – even your pooches.
This family-run pub with rooms has plenty of coastal charm and serves up a traditional menu of hearty home-cooked classics. Located in Hornsea and backing onto Hornsea mere, this charming village pub is dog friendly and a great base for exploring the local area too.
Run by wonderful hosts Paul and Sally Shipley, the Bryherstones Country Inn is all about offering delicious home-cooked food in a warm and friendly atmosphere. With a large garden (including a play area for children, we couldn’t think of a better dog friendly spot to enjoy a good meal in the North Yorkshire Coast.
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