Dog Friendly Cottages in Worcestershire

Perhaps you’ve heard of the non-metropolitan county of Worcestershire because of the savory sauce made in Worcester, or perhaps it’s that you know Worcester’s cathedral city is the biggest in the county. You also might be aware that this section of the West Midlands is great for people looking to walk in and embrace nature.

3 Dog Friendly Cottages Found

Yew Tree Cottage

Little Malvern, Malvern WR14 4JN, UK

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Dog-friendly Yew Tree Cottage is just four miles from the historic spa…

From £393 per week
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Brambles Cottage

Yew Tree Farm/Little Malvern, Malvern WR14 4JN, United Kingdom

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Brambles Cottage is a stunning dog-friendly property at the foot of the…

From £595 per week
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Town Mill

Town Mill, Bewdley DY12 2LU, UK

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Town Mill is a dog-friendly Cotswold cottage in the Wyre Forest. Surrounded…

From £716 per week
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Know for their spring water and as an area of outstanding natural beauty, the Malvern Hills date back 1200 million years ago. These beacons of history are predominantly volcanic igneous rocks and metamorphic rocks, but the rest consists of beautiful hills, farmlands and the perfect walking route through the Severn Valley. Whether you meander alongside the River Avon or explore the hilly terrain, it’s an outdoor experience worth talking about.

If you’re looking for less of a meander and more of an active climb, look no further than Worcestershire Beacon and summit its 425m point. From up there, you’ll be at the highest point in Worcestershire, and you’ll feel top of the world.

Though not quite the Broadway of the Americas, Broadway in Worcestershire is a large village and civil parish in the Cotswolds that is associated with the arts and culture movement. Whether you’re in the mood for moseying through the Gordan Russell Design Museum or the Broadway Museum and Art Gallery, you’re in for a culturally enriching experience with the most incredibly beautiful scenery.