The Cotswolds is a haven for dogs and dog owners alike. With beautiful rolling hills for long walks, dog friendly pubs and B&Bs and the opportunity to meet like minded people along the way, the Cotswolds is the perfect place to enjoy some quality time with your furry friend.
So, let’s make your next visit to the Cotswolds a dog friendly one!
Originally established to accommodate travellers and pilgrims visiting Worcester in the middle ages, the oldest pub in Worcester dates back to the fourteenth century. It has a wonderful sense heritage, offers a great selection of traditional English ales and, best of all, welcomes dogs of all shapes and sizes! After a lovely walk around the surrounding area and a visit to Worcester Cathedral, pop into the Cardinal’s Hat for some locally produced food with your canine friend.
In the heart of the city centre, the Bath Brew House is known for its lively atmosphere. There are some gorgeous places around Bath to take your dog for a walk and enjoy the serenity that this part of England has to offer. Once you’ve worked up an appetite, treat yourself to great beer and delicious food at the Bath Brew House. There will also be a dog bowl out so that your pup can quench its thirst at the same time as you.
A quintessential Cotswolds experience, The Churchill Arms is a great place to relax after a 5 mile circular walk from Paxford. Let your dog re-hydrate at the water bowl that is always out for their canine customers and grab a doggy treat from behind the bar!
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The local area of Stratford-upon-Avon is a culture lover’s delight. Take a dog walk around Shakespeare’s birthplace, or take a stroll along the river. This is a great area of the Cotswolds to visit for an overnight stay, especially when your dog is welcome too! With luxury accommodation, your pup will think they’ve died and gone to doggy heaven.
For a more family feel, stay with the Fosse family in a restored country home in Nettleton, near Chippenham. Call ahead to book in with your four-legged friend and look forward to enjoying one of the most picturesque villages in England: Castle Combe Village.