The Cotswolds really is like no other place. After all, it’s England’s largest Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. With mediaeval charm, meandering rivers, picture-postcard streets and lots of Cotswolds countryside, your days can be as busy or relaxed as you like. Some of the most popular Cotswold villages and market towns include Chipping Campden, Stow on the Wold and Bourton on the Water - each of which are favoured for food, sightseeing and dog-friendly accommodation.
If you’re searching for a dog-friendly trip, our dog-friendly cottages in Cotswolds won’t disappoint. There’s holiday homes with original features and enclosed gardens for four legged friends to explore. We have dog-friendly cottages with hot tubs and even barn conversions with private parking, en-suites, incredible views and more. Friends, families, couples and even solo travellers choose the Cotswolds every year and it’s not hard to see why.
Just picture it now: you’ve chosen one of our self-catering holiday cottages in the Cotswolds. It’s a beautiful Cotswolds stone cottage, close to a peaceful village but within easy reach to a historic market town or picturesque town. You’ve got views of the rolling hills, a courtyard garden, and enough space for everyone to run around this family holiday. The fridge is filled, your days are planned and memories are being made for a lifetime.
Our dog-friendly holiday cottages, pet-friendly cottages and Cotswold holiday homes aren’t the only reason people choose us. Our friendly customer service team and best price guarantee mean you won’t get better service or lower prices any place else. Plus, we know the Cotswolds like the back of our hand and can recommend a few of the best places to go like Cotswold Wildlife Park and our favourite charming towns and stunning villages. So why not see exactly what we can do for you? Book with us today.
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Honey coloured stone cottages, picture-perfect villages, independent cafes and shops; a holiday in the Cotswolds is something out of a fairytale. Whatever time of year you’re visiting and whoever you’re travelling with.
The Cotswolds has been named as a ‘great place you can explore with your dog’ in our guide: 29+ important reasons to take your dog on your family holiday.