We want your dogs to feel at home and have just as good a time as you at Wheeldon Trees…
Here’s what we have available for dogs and their owners at our Peak District Holiday Cottages…
Just ask us for what you need !
Dog friendly outdoor seating area
Pet towel / bedding washing and drying facilities
Dog exercise area
Emergency dog food supplies
Outside tap and brush for muddy paws
Waste bins for scoop bags
Poop scoop shovel
For your Cottage
Dog bowls and mats
Dog cage – 67cm(36in) high x 60cm(23in) wide x 91cm(26in) long
Holiday dog tags
Pet food fork
We also have information on:
Dog walks from the door (and elsewhere !)
Local dog friendly places to eat and visit
Local pet shop and food suppliers
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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.
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.
For a great family day out, visit The Monsal Trail in the centre of the Peak District National Park. You can start just north of Bakewell, 10 miles north of Matlock and 8 miles west of Chesterfied to enjoy great walking and cycling.
There is a wonderful short walk to Lathkill Dale of around 4 miles with some of the best scenery that The White Peak has to offer, starting at the green in the centre of the pretty village of Monyash. Or for the more determined, you can take in Lathkill and Bradford Dale also for a 17km yomp!