Pet Friendly Cottages Cotswolds
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A delightful, character cottage within easy reach of Stratford-upon-Avon. AGA. Open fire. En-suite. Tennis court. Enclosed garden. Ideal for families. Stratford-upon-Avon 2 miles. (Ref. 30949)
7 nights from £659Book Now
Quality, detached barn conversion, one mile from Castlemorton. Spacious with exposed beams. Over one floor. Ideal for exploring Malvern Hills and Severn Valley. Malvern 6 miles. (Ref. 1852)
7 nights from £682Book Now
Delightful Grade II listed former hop brewery. Part of the cottage dates back to the 15th century and offers charming accommodation. En-suite bedrooms. Cirencester 4.5 miles. (Ref. 19933)
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Your canine friend will love our pet friendly cottages in the Cotswolds. The countryside is quite spectacular and fantastic for outdoor pursuits like wonderful walks in the rolling Wolds.
There are a number of long distance trails, which you can join at various points. For example, the Cotswold Way where you can enjoy a leisurely six-mile walk between Chipping Campden and Broadway, with time to potter around the honey-coloured streets at both ends. Another is the Gloucestershire Way from Chepstow to Tewkesbury, which weaves through the Cotswolds and links 100 miles of footpaths and bridleways.
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When's the last time you took your dog on a walk like this?
Countless attractions warmly welcome dogs within their grounds,
offering delightful walks through parkland, woods and gardens.
Examples include the Brockhampton Estate, with its exquisite
timber-framed manor house and moat; Buscot Park, with its
Italianate water garden; Dyrham Park; the Great Barn in Great
Coxwell village; Hailes Abbey; the Sherborne Estate; Newark Park;
and Woodchester Park, featuring a series of way-marked trails
around five manmade lakes. Wherever your pet friendly cottage in
the Cotswolds is, you'll find something for you.
And when you fancy a bite to eat, lots of pubs welcome dogs and
provide water bowls etc. Otherwise, retire to your pet friendly
cottage in the Cotswolds and curl up on the rug!