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Wonderful Dog-Friendly Cottages in the Cotswolds

manor-cottages-dog-friendly-holiday-cotswolds.jpg Save yourself the stress of finding suitable (and costly) kennels or accommodation for your dog when you are on holiday. Pack the dog bowl, basket and lead and bring him with you!

Taking your dog on holiday with you provides a great excuse to get to know the local area and also keeps you active, meaning you can enjoy a guilt-free cream tea or two as well as a guilt-free break without leaving your dog behind.

dog-friendly-cottages.pngA self-catering holiday is the best way to combine a holiday with your dog with a change of scene for you.

Staying in one of our pet-friendly cottages gives you the perfect excuse to get out and about to enjoy fresh air and beautiful scenery.

There are plenty of dog friendly pubs and cafes throughout this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. In most pubss and a lot of cafes and restaurants, your dog is welcomed warmly and often even offered a biscuit and a bowl of water.

Hadcroft Cottage, sleeping 4, Aston Magna, nr Chipping Campden
manor-cottages-dog-friendly-holiday-cotswolds-hadcroft.jpg This is a charming cottage in a very pretty village, with woods and local walks to explore. The garden is enclosed and dog(s) of any shape and size are welcome. This is the perfect place to stay if you have more than one dog.

The Courtyard Cottage, sleeping 6, one of three dog-friendly cottages at Home Farm, Little Rissington, nr Bourton on the Water
manor-cottages-dog-friendly-holiday-cotswolds-courtyard.jpg With an enclosed garden and fields to the rear, this cottage enjoys a peaceful setting with the benefits of a central Cotswolds location. Local walks include the Rissington Round, which takes in Bourton on the Water and the River Windrush.

Cotswold House, sleeping 10-12, Moreton in Marsh
manor-cottages-dog-friendly-holiday-cotswolds-cotswold-house.jpg Cotswold House really is one of the best, large group holiday cottages in the Cotswolds, plus there is the benefit of an enclosed garden and wonderful surrounding countryside. Explore this beautiful area by day then tuck the dog up for the night and make the most of a wide choice of pubs and restaurants near at hand.

Spring Cottage, sleeping 4+2 Winson nr Cirencester
manor-cottages-dog-friendly-holiday-cotswolds-spring-cottage.jpg Winson is a beautiful village, offering fabulous riverside walks along the River Coln. If you’re staying here and your dog likes a dip they will be in that river, so pack the doggy towel!

Variety of dog friendly holiday properties sleeping 4-30 at Notgrove, nr Bourton on the Water
manor-cottages-dog-friendly-holiday-cotswolds-notgrove.jpg Notgrove is one of the most exclusive country estates in the Cotswolds so it is a rare privilege to be able to stay here. For a holiday cottage for larger groups wanting to experience this fantastic location, The Courtyard, sleeping 30, takes pets.
Try a walk across the fields to an excellent dog-friendly local pub for a rewarding lunch!

The Lodge, sleeping 4, Coln St Aldwyns, nr Cirencester
manor-cottages-dog-friendly-holiday-cotswolds-the-lodge.jpg The local pub makes a welcome sight after a good yomp along the river or over the fields. Only 100 more yards from the pub to get home!

Steanbridge Farm Barn, sleeping 4, Slad, Painswick
manor-cottages-dog-friendly-holiday-cotswolds-bridge-barn.jpg A lovely holiday property and nearby is a hugely popular doggie friendly local pub, famous for its links with Laurie Lee of “Cider with Rosie” fame. Well worth a visit.

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Hadcroft Cottage

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