Dog Friendly Cottages in the Cotswolds

The Cotswolds are an enormous range of hills in Western England spanning 40 by 120 miles. It is often referred to as the “Heart of England”, stretching through the counties of Gloucestershire and Oxfordshire primarily, but also parts of Wiltshire, Somerset, Worcestershire and Warwickshire. The area is considered an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty because of the incredible outdoor and wildlife.

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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Culver View

Malmesbury SN16, UK

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Culver View is a dog-friendly historic holiday property arranged over three floors,…

From £592 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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The Cotswold Edge stretches from Gloucester to Evesham along the Severn Valley in Gloucestershire and includes five walks: Devil’s Chimney, Cleeve Hill, Winchcombe, Broadway and Stanton. Each walk ranges from 3 to 7 miles long, with climbs from 214 to 794 feet. Depending on how long you’re visiting and your hiking experience, you could do any one of these and feel an immediate connection with the outdoors and the quintessentially British countryside.

The Cotswolds are known for Cotswold Stone. It is a yellow, oolitic limestone that is fossilised with sea urchins and the area is often characterised by this honey-coloured stone, which spreads as far as the walls of St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle. So head to the Cotswold-stone village of Bourton-on-the-Water for a truly Cotswold-inspired experience. There’s The Model Village, which is a replica of the village itself, available to view the exquisitely designed miniature gardens all year.

It is often said that the Cotswolds are best explored on foot which makes it an ideal destination for you and your dogs to explore. It’s a remarkable part of the world, because no matter where you go, you’re likely to find yourself ogling at the natural beauty surrounding you.