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A trip to the Cotswolds is bound to be healthy, relaxing and fun. Every traveler to this region is amazed by its geography and history. The Cotswolds is a great place to get outdoors, take in the sights and walk to your heart’s content. And, wouldn’t it be fun to have man’s best friend with you whilst you enjoy your holiday? We certainly believe so!
This is one area that prides itself on being dog-friendly. You will see dogs at most outdoor venues and dogs are welcome at many pubs and restaurants. If you never really feel at home without your puppy, the Cotswolds is a great location for a short break.
With some of the greatest walking trails in the UK, theres a lot to see for both dogs and their owners will. Rolling hills, river valleys and historic architecture make the Cotswolds a natural playground for children, adults and their pets.
Many cottage owners understand that one’s pet is essentially one of the family. As such, many cottages allow you to bring your pets to stay with you. You may want to bring your dog’s bed or a few of his or her favourite toys but you will find great local spots and walking areas and best of all, an abundance fields to run through. The Cotswolds truly are Dog Paradise.
If you are interested about bringing your family pet to the Cotswolds, please do get in touch to find out about our dog friendly Cotswold cottages.
Many cottage owners will provide a bowl, a blanket, food and those in-between meal treats as well as a few toys. All these little details make for a great holiday, although it’s a good idea to bring your dog’s favourite treats from home.
The rich natural fragrances, the open spaces and the private and public walking trails make for a delightful trip for both dog and owner. You will get your cardio and your dog will love romping around the wide landscape.
One of the best parts of your holiday in the Cotswolds is that your dog can be by your side at every turn. From great, dog-friendly pubs to the wonderful outdoor parks and playgrounds to some of the most gorgeous gardens in Europe, dogs are welcome in the Cotswolds.