Perfectly Pawsome

Perfectly Pawsome

At Low House Manor we are absolutely daft about doggies

Amazing walkies, a river to swim in, and a house full of doggy comforts

At Low House Manor we’re not just dog friendly we’re full of puppy love. Just ask Dinky, Pixie and Star our little rescue dogs who especially love splashing about in the river, long walkies right from the door, the very cool and comfy Andy Warhol dog bed and the special handmade doggy treats they leave for our guests (of the furry kind…….paws off humans!).

“The journey of life is sweeter when travelled with a dog”
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A Pawfect Stay

Low House Manor is not just a gorgeous place for humans, it really is rather special for doggy chums too. A very funky “Andy Warhol” dog bed and a rather decadent faux fur dog bed mean that at bed time your furry chums are spoilt for choice. A large sheepskin beanbag is just perfect for snuggling up with your furry pals on a cold winter’s night in front of a roaring log fire. In case your doggies are more couch potato than dog bed diva’s, there are lots of doggy blankets to pop over the sofas and chairs to keep them clean and fresh for our human guests.

Dog bowls and rubber dog mats are provided for dinner time and our own little doggies leave your dogs a little gift of yummy handmade doggy treats. All the floors in the house are either wooden or flagstone and large rooms offer lots of space for scampering around.

Splish, Splash, Splosh

Outside, large lawned gardens, are the perfect place for playing ball, and warming up for long walks in the hills. The river at the bottom of the garden is the ultimate doggy dream and perfect for cooling off on long summer days. A hozelock system is provided for washing muddy paws and for dinky dogs (like Dinky!) there is a butler’s sink in the laundry room for a full doggy bath. Microfibre towels are provided too.

Part of the garden is fenced in so if your dogs suffer from wanderlust and enjoy solo walkies they may be disappointed, but human companions can rest in the knowledge that their dogs aren’t heading off without them.

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At a glance

Home from Home

Dog beds, dog blankets, microfibre towels, dog bowls and rubber feeding mats are provided and wooden and flagstone floors are perfect for scampering.

Doggy Heaven

A large lawned garden and private river frontage mean long afternoons of playing ball and splashing about in the river.

Keeping Clean

A hozelock system for muddy paws and a Butler’s sink for little doggy baths.

No Escape

Part of the gardens are fenced in meaning grumpy dogs but happy humans!

Walkies!

Stunning, mainly off road walks right from the door and along the Swale Trail.

Doggy Dining

Lots of dog friendly eateries including a gastropub within a mile and a half from the house.

Take me Home

Please contact us if you would like to know more about rescuing a dog still waiting for its forever home.

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A Pawfect Stay

Low House Manor is not just a gorgeous place for humans, it really is rather special for doggy chums too. A very funky “Andy Warhol” dog bed and a rather decadent faux fur dog bed mean that at bed time your furry chums are spoilt for choice. A large sheepskin beanbag is just perfect for snuggling up with your furry pals on a cold winter’s night in front of a roaring log fire. In case your doggies are more couch potato than dog bed diva’s, there are lots of doggy blankets to pop over the sofas and chairs to keep them clean and fresh for our human guests.

Dog bowls and rubber dog mats are provided for dinner time and our own little doggies leave your dogs a little gift of yummy handmade doggy treats. All the floors in the house are either wooden or flagstone and large rooms offer lots of space for scampering around.

splish-splash-splosh

Splish, Splash, Splosh

Outside, large lawned gardens, are the perfect place for playing ball, and warming up for long walks in the hills. The river at the bottom of the garden is the ultimate doggy dream and perfect for cooling off on long summer days. A hozelock system is provided for washing muddy paws and for dinky dogs (like Dinky!) there is a butler’s sink in the laundry room for a full doggy bath. Microfibre towels are provided too.

Part of the garden is fenced in so if your dogs suffer from wanderlust and enjoy solo walkies they may be disappointed, but human companions can rest in the knowledge that their dogs aren’t heading off without them.

At a glance

Home from Home

Dog beds, dog blankets, microfibre towels, dog bowls and rubber feeding mats are provided and wooden and flagstone floors are perfect for scampering.

Doggy Heaven

A large lawned garden and private river frontage mean long afternoons of playing ball and splashing about in the river.

Keeping Clean

A hozelock system for muddy paws and a Butler’s sink for little doggy baths.

No Escape

Part of the gardens are fenced in meaning grumpy dogs but happy humans!

Walkies!

Stunning, mainly off road walks right from the door and along the Swale Trail.

Doggy Dining

Lots of dog friendly eateries including a gastropub within a mile and a half from the house.

Take me Home

Please contact us if you would like to know more about rescuing a dog still waiting for its forever home.

We had the best holiday ever! We loved the very cool dog bed best but the faux fur one was very snuggly. The doggy treats were scrumptious, and we loved running around on the lawns. We exhausted our humans taking them for amazing walks in the hills and ended each day leaping off the riverbank into the river (the best bit of all). Thank you Dinky, Pixie and Star for letting us share your wagtastic home, we are making our humans book again for next summer….woof, woof!
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“Live, Love, Bark”
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Wild Walkies

Low House Manor is the perfect starting point for short strolls or long walks through this wild and beautiful terrain. Circular routes from the house take you along the river and along the Swale trail, or up over hilltops affording spectacular views of Swaledale. Walk the trail to Gunnerside and stop for a drink at the dog friendly King’s Head or perhaps walk the trail to Reeth for tea and cake at The Overton House Cafe and Deli (dog friendly of course!). Stride up the hills in search of more waterfalls or if you want to explore further take the car and discover the many other amazing walks within the National Park.

Dining with Dinky

It’s not only Low House Manor that loves dogs, lots of our lovely local eateries love them too. A short mile and a half stroll from Low House Manor is the fabulous Punchbowl Inn, a dog friendly gastro pub, in the heart of Low Row. Further along the dale in Muker The Farmer’s Arms welcomes well behaved dogs and is a great place for Sunday lunch. Lying on the edge of the Pennine Way and the dramatic Stang, The Charles Bathurst (CB) Inn in Arkengarthdale is only a short drive away, and has fabulous walks from the door. If you would prefer a day or an evening on your own, ask us about our dog sitting service (subject to availability).

Rescue Me

Cherrie and Paul, the owners of Low House Manor are not just doggy mad they also support a number of charities that rescue and rehabilitate street dogs, dogs from kill shelters and dogs from the Asian dog meat trade. Their own dogs are all rescue (the best kind!). Dinky was rescued from a puppy mill and Pixie and Star were rescued from the streets of Romania. If you would like information on any of the charities they support, they would love to hear from you, and if you would like to add a rescue dog to your family, please, please get in touch. Dinky, Pixie and Star would be delighted to know that some of their chums also had a chance of a magical life and a loving home.

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Wild Walkies

Low House Manor is the perfect starting point for short strolls or long walks through this wild and beautiful terrain. Circular routes from the house take you along the river and along the Swale trail, or up over hilltops affording spectacular views of Swaledale. Walk the trail to Gunnerside and stop for a drink at the dog friendly King’s Head or perhaps walk the trail to Reeth for tea and cake at The Overton House Cafe and Deli (dog friendly of course!). Stride up the hills in search of more waterfalls or if you want to explore further take the car and discover the many other amazing walks within the National Park.

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Dining with Dinky

It’s not only Low House Manor that loves dogs, lots of our lovely local eateries love them too. A short mile and a half stroll from Low House Manor is the fabulous Punchbowl Inn, a dog friendly gastro pub, in the heart of Low Row. Further along the dale in Muker The Farmer’s Arms welcomes well behaved dogs and is a great place for Sunday lunch. Lying on the edge of the Pennine Way and the dramatic Stang, The Charles Bathurst (CB) Inn in Arkengarthdale is only a short drive away, and has fabulous walks from the door. If you would prefer a day or an evening on your own, ask us about our dog sitting service (subject to availability).

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Rescue Me

Cherrie and Paul, the owners of Low House Manor are not just doggy mad they also support a number of charities that rescue and rehabilitate street dogs, dogs from kill shelters and dogs from the Asian dog meat trade. Their own dogs are all rescue (the best kind!). Dinky was rescued from a puppy mill and Pixie and Star were rescued from the streets of Romania. If you would like information on any of the charities they support, they would love to hear from you, and if you would like to add a rescue dog to your family, please, please get in touch. Dinky, Pixie and Star would be delighted to know that some of their chums also had a chance of a magical life and a loving home.

“Live, Love, Bark”

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