Dog Friendly Lake District Elopement Wedding!
“Just us” Cragwood wedding with two gorgeous dogs
AMY | DAVID
Cragwood Hotel is just perfect for a dog friendly Lake District Elopement. With it’s stunning gardens leading right down to the shores of Lake Windermere (with no less than TWO private boathouses) there is plenty of space on site for you and your four legged friends to enjoy on your wedding day.
Amy and David both looked so super stylish and were so laid back and lovely right from the start. They had pre-warned me about their huge rescue dog Ty but honestly he couldn’t have been more of a gentle giant and him and his new little pal Fibonacci were just a joy. Both rescue dogs, they made the perfect stylish little family with Amy and David and I just loved how the four of the fitted together.
A perfect Cragwood outdoor wedding ceremony
With the weather being fine we were able to enjoy a ceremony outdoors in the Cragwood gazebo. Surrounded by the gardens which are full of colour and life all year round, and with views down to the lake at the left hand side, it’s such a wonderful location. We popped back into the hotel for a few more formal portraits and then it was time to make the most of the grounds and a wander down to the lakeside. 90 minutes later I was packing up and leaving these gorgeous guys to enjoy their afternoon tea (including Cragwood’s Doggy Afternoon tea!)
Looking for a dog-friendly elopement wedding venue in the Lake District?
Cragwood Hotel is a perfect choice!
If you’re looking for a dog-friendly Lake District elopement venue then Cragwood is a perfect choice. Dogs are warmly welcomed (not just “tolerated’!) and there is plenty of space for lakeside and woodland wanderings direct from the door. You can probably even keep your pyjamas on!
I have burst into tears! They are absolutely incredible and words cannot describe how grateful we are. You are simply amazing at what you do!
Thinking of booking a wedding at Cragwood?
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