Dog Friendly Cottages in Gloucestershire

Gloucestershire is a county in the southwest of England and borders Wales. It features part of the Cotswold Hills, a portion of the River Severn valley, and the entire Forest of Dean. Gloucestershire is most famed for it’s breath taking countryside and picturesque chocolate box villages of the Cotswolds.

6 Dog Friendly Cottages Found

Stable Apartment

Bream Rd, Lydney GL15 5JH, UK

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Stable Apartment is the first floor of a dog-friendly converted coach house.…

From £341 per week
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Hadcroft Cottage

Aston Magna, Moreton-in-Marsh GL56, UK

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Hadcroft Cottage is a dog-friendly country cottage in the beautiful Cotswolds, a…

From £526 per week
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The Lodge

Main Street, Coln St Aldwyns, Cirencester GL7 5AN, UK

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The Lodge, a dog-friendly Cotswold cottage, is in the little village of…

From £650 per week
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Beulah Cottage

Littledean, Cinderford GL14, UK

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Beulah Cottage is a delightful, dog-friendly holiday home in the little hamlet…

From £652 per week
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Windy Ridge Cottage

Longborough, Moreton-in-Marsh GL56 0QY, UK

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Dog-friendly Windy Ridge Cottage is a three-bed holiday home, situated on a…

From £1,071 per week
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Arlington Mill

Bibury, Cirencester GL7 5NW

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Dog-friendly Arlington Mill is a truly unique experience. Situated in Bibury, this…

From £2,422 per week
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Gloucestershire’s larger towns & cities are steeped in history, from the magnificent Norman cathedral in Gloucester to the Regency town of Cheltnam, there is plenty for you and your dogs to explore. The Forest of Dean is one of England’s few remaining ancient forests, covering 27,000 acres of woodland. Tewkesbury lies at the heart of the Severn vale and is dominated by its beautiful 12th century Abbey. This presents many exploration opportunities for dog owners and their pets. 

Also to be found in Gloucestershire is the Wye Valley, the mining museum at Clearwell Caves, the Dean Forest Railway, Berkeley Castle, and the Wildfowl and Wetland Trust at Slimbridge.