There’s so much on offer in the Cotswolds for both dogs and humans. After all, it stretches across five counties and encompasses a few Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Wander through quaint market towns and Cotswold villages and stop off for cream tea at a cafe. Allow your dog to run free in the rolling hills. And if you prefer to take it slow, there’s plenty of village pubs and coaching inns with dog-friendly rooms, fires lit and delicious menus for furry and non-furry friends.
Plus, to help you to plan a stress-free getaway, we’ve got plenty of dog-friendly hotels in the Cotswolds. From a country pub with rooms on the high street to a grand manor house hotel or country house lodge in the heart of the Cotswolds, a charming bed and breakfast sitting on the banks of the river or even a honey coloured stone cottage hotel away from the action. Holidaying with your pooch doesn’t mean you’re limited on where you can stay.
We even have some of the best-known hotels in the area like the luxury Fish Hotel, Lygon Arms, Bay Tree Hotel, Broadway Hotel and the De Vere Cotswold Water Park. Many even come with swimming pools, hot tubs, free WiFi and comfy king size beds while your beloved canine can enjoy their very own dog bed and dog bowls, a roaring fire to snooze by, and an enclosed garden to play in. So, for your next staycation, why not choose the Cotswolds and ensure that no-one has to be left out with our range of the best pet-friendly hotels?
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Looking for a dog-friendly break in the UK? The Cotswolds is bursting with pet-friendly hotels and county pubs that’ll house you and your four legged friend. Here are some of our favourite places.
With over 800 square miles to explore, the Cotswolds is one of the best places to go for a dog-friendly staycation. Plus, there’s plenty of establishments which are ready to welcome your pups.
Dubbed as one of the prettiest villages in the UK, you’ll be pleased to know that dogs are allowed at Bourton- on-the-Water. It can get quite busy though so we advise keeping them on a lead.
If you’re travelling to the Cotswolds, you’ll be spoiled for choice when it comes to things to do. Explore the local countryside, wander through villages like Stow-on-the-Wold and enjoy dog-friendly attractions like Broadway Tower, Cotswolds Lavender and Cotswold Water Park.
Discover the magnificence of Gloucester Cathedral, a historic marvel that will captivate your imagination. Marvel at its stunning Gothic architecture, intricate stained glass windows, and serene cloisters. Explore the Harry Potter filming locations, soak in the spiritual ambiance, and attend mesmerising choral performances.
Address: Gloucester Cathedral, 12 College Green, Gloucester, GL1 2LX
Experience a nostalgic journey at the Cotswold Motoring Museum, a delight for automobile enthusiasts. Explore a captivating collection of vintage cars, motorcycles, and memorabilia. Immerse yourself in the evolution of motoring, interactive exhibits, and family-friendly displays. Discover the charm of classic vehicles and the stories they tell.
Address: Cotswold Motoring Museum, The Old Mill, Bourton-on-the-Water, Gloucestershire, GL54 2BY.