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Master bedroom with built in wardrobes
Secret garden fully decked with views over the fields
View from Secret Garden
Bolton on Swale
Lower decked garden with 6ft fence
Twin room with built in wardrobe
Moulton in Winter
Lounge and large patio windows
View from bedroom
Secret roof top garden fully decked
View from Secret Garden onto lower decking
The Black Bull Inn
The River Swale
We provide for your dog
Easby Abbey in Winter
Moulton in Winter
Scorton Lake Nature Reserve
Raby Castle Deer Park, dogs allowed on lead
View from the master bedroom
Moulton View Holiday Cottage
1 night(s) from £75
A gorgeous country cottage in Moulton village near Richmond, North Yorkshire, on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales. Beautiful countryside views, lovely walks which your pooch will love and a dog friendly pub on the doorstep.Read More
The cottage sleeps 4 persons with two bedrooms. One large bedroom with a king size oak framed bed and Tv with large built in wardrobes , relaxing chair and dressing table with chair and mirror. The second bedroom holds two single beds also with a built in wardrobe, full length mirror, dressing table and chair.
There is a single toilet and a single bathroom with rainfall shower over large bath. The bathroom mirror illuminates by touch and also has a shaving point. A heated towel rail is on constantly to keep towels warm and fresh.
Downstairs you will find a large hallway, a great for placing your dog crate or basket. We do provide one large dog bowl and two small ones for your furry friend. The hallway has a cloakroom cupboard which holds the usual domestic appliances and vacuum cleaner, but we don't expect you to be doing much of that on your holiday.
From the hallway and into the open lounge/dining area with a large dining table that hosts 6 people should you want to invite friends or family to visit for a meal together. Whilst sitting at the table or on the sofa nearest to the windows, you can look out to the beautiful views across the village. Outside is an enclosed lower ground fully decked garden with 6ft fence and gate. You will find a bistro table and four chairs to have those relaxing moments on a morning in the sun with a coffee. The lawn in front of the patio is shared with another two properties. From the lower ground garden you have access to a secret roof top garden accessible via the spiral staircase which takes you to amazing views across the Yorkshire countryside. There are Rattan chairs with a coffee table, where you can sit and have a coffee on an evening, watching the sun setting on the horizon or listen to nature. During the day it is a great sun trap, and you will be forgiven for just wanting to stay there all day.
In the kitchen you will find an electric oven and hob, along with a combination oven/microwave, coffee machine, slow cooker and integrated fridge freezer should you need storage for raw dog food. The kitchen looks out onto the lower decking.
You are welcome to leave your dog only when crated and not more than 2-3 hours. If you require a dog sitter for your stay, please arrange this before your arrival. There are a number in the area that you can contact.
In the village is a dog friendly pub, The Black Bull Inn which has a large seating area outside. It's only a few yards from the property. No taxis needed. We have secured a 10% discount off meals for our guests.
In the next village there are another two pubs, both very different depending on what you are looking for. The Farmers Arms in Scorton have given our guests 10% discount from their bill too.
Scorton has a great nature reserve where you can relax and unwind with your dog. It is requested that dogs are kept on a lead due to the fact their will be animals near by. After your walk if you are feeling energetic, head back into Scorton either by foot or car and visit Ellerton Lakeside Cafe (near Bolton on Swale). Friendly helpful staff and a lovely gift shop upstairs full of unusual quirky gifts and homeware, whiskey, gin, condiments and many more fantastic things. If you drive from Moulton to Ellerton it is only 10 minutes. Dogs are welcome both inside and outside. Guests receive 10% discount off their food. Next door is a small garden centre which you may want to peruse.
Moulton View is in a quiet village so if you are looking for nightlife then this place is not for you, but if you are wanting relaxation, beautiful views and countryside then look no further.
Richmond which is only 15 minutes away by car and has a lovely walk by the river and waterfalls, has an abundance of dog friendly cafes, tearooms, pubs and venues making it very easy to take yourselves out for the day with your dog for a bite to eat. Some of the other dog friendly businesses in Richmond are listed below.
Sip Coffee 10% discount on orders over £5
Drummer Boy Tearoom
Kings Head Hotel cafe
The Black Lion Pub
Green Howards Museum
If you have a dog that is quite nervous/reactive or not good on recall, there are three dog walking fields near Moulton where both you and your dog can feel at ease and relax. Should you need the details to pre book, please get in touch with us before your stay. The closest being only 4 miles away and guests receive a 10% discount for use of the field.
We are in a great location to explore the North East and North Yorkshire. Easy access to the A1M and A66 allowing you to explore many different locations. Other market towns such as Barnard Castle (County Durham) and Northallerton only 20-30 minutes drive away are dog friendly, Northallerton even allows you and your dog to go shopping in Barkers department store! Yarm which is a great place too and there so many places ready to welcome you with your four legged friend.
Its very much an outdoor life in the Yorkshire Dales if you so choose, as it has so much to offer. Attractions in the area include Easby Abbey in Richmond, Mother Shiptons Cave at Knaresborough, Kiplin Hall near Northallerton, Bowes Museum in Barnard Castle which hosts a number of exhibitions each year and Aysgarth Falls at Leyburn. Take yourself into the Dales with some really pretty Yorkshire Villages and stunning views.
We have a number of great walks for your and your dog in North Yorkshire and just over the border in County Durham. Thorp Perrow Aboretum and wildlife park welcomes dogs but they request they are kept on a lead. Easby Abbey just a few minutes drive from the market place at Richmond or you can reach it on the circular walk from The Station in Richmond or start at Easby Abbey and walk to The Station. You will find details on our website.
Richmond is on the Coast to Coast walk which you can join at Scorton and takes you to Reeth. There are fantastic walks in nearby Grinton and Reeth and a little further a field at Hawes and finally Hudswell Woods in Richmond (National Trust) where there is a 4 mile circular trail following the River Swale to Round Howe Wood and Billy Bank then takes you back to Hudswell Woods. You will find details on our website with suggestions of places to walk your dog whilst staying with us.
County Durham offers Hamsterley Forest, Wynyard Country Park, Hardwick Park at Sedgefield, Low Burnhall (Woodland Trust ) in Durham and Hurworth Burn in Wingate. All great places to take your dog.
Every year is Reeth hosts a traditional Dales Agricultural Show which is described as a great family day out. Handicrafts', animals , sometimes vintage cars so if you would like to see the countryside and immerse yourself in farming life then you will not want to miss this. Held normally August/September.
Staying in Moulton View is great for families, couples and friends wanting to see the area. Please feel free to contact us if you would like any further information about the area for you and your dog.
There is a no smoking policy at Moulton View
Janice and Keith, September 2022
On arrival in the village(following the directions given by the owner) we arrived at our designated parking spot. Following a short walk up some steps, we arrived at the house. On entry in to the hall, with a stone floor, easy to keep clean. A nice large sitting room with 2 settees and a nice dining table. A smart tv on the wall and dvd player. Fully functioning kitchen, only minus a dishwasher. We managed with washing up liquid and a sponge. Up stairs a double bedroom, a single bedroom both light and spacious. A excellent shower in the bathroom, also a separate toilet. A very nice touch was the welcome basket. With dog treats, flapjacks and chocolate. Discount vouchers for various pubs/cafes in the local area. There were dog bowls for your dog and dog toys in a cupboard. Two great outdoor areas, one up a spiral staircase, with excellent views of the area. Overall this was the best dog friendly house we have stayed in for the last 20 yrs. Thanks for the use of your house Sharon and Kevin, the apples made great crumbles.
Wendy McNeill, August 2022
The cottage is amazing and the owners have thought of everything for you and your dog, even down to a wee tag for their collar incase they get lost in the village. Cannot recommend Molton Cottage highly enough.
Janette Wright, August 2022
The owners are exceptional and know exactly what being dog friendly means. It's not just "we accept dogs", it's that "dogs are extremely welcome"
The owners provide all you need, and more for your stay with your canine family. Highly recommended
Listing Updated: 24/11/2023
Changes to businesses do occur. Please do double check this business is still dog friendly before you make a booking
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