Dog friendly Cotswold holiday cottages
The naturally beautiful landscapes of the Cotswolds are the perfect place for countryside capers with your four-legged friends. With miles and miles of walking trails, rolling hills to trek across, tree-filled woods for them to romp through, and traditional pubs that welcome dogs (and well-behaved owners) scattered across the landscape, the Cotswolds make for a truly hound-happy holiday.
We’ve plenty of pooch-friendly cottages to choose from, proving that when it comes to bringing your countryside loving cockerpoos or pub-going pugs to the Cotswolds, there’s no need to compromise on comfort or style. Head to our walking and cycling guide pages for more inspiration on dog walking trails.
Just the two of us… and the dog
Located on the Sudeley Castle Estate, Charles I is close to beautiful woodland walks and the Winchcombe Way.
Daffodil is a contemporary, single-storey barn conversion giving easy access to the Cotswolds, Malvern Hills, and Wye Valley.
The Cotswolds almost appears international with a beautiful Mediterranean-style veranda to relax in after your walkies.
This enchanting cottage sits within the Great Tew Estate, ensuring plenty of walks on the doorstep. There’s a friendly pub within 100 metres, too.
Well-behaved families and their dog
This delightful barn conversion sits within the grounds of Aylworth Manor, with direct access to many footpath, including the Windrush Way.
Lark Rise is perfect for dog-friendly escapades. It has a lovely garden, plenty of footpaths to explore close by, and a friendly pub within walking distance.
Offering wonderful views and steps away from the slopes of Dover’s Hill, Ledge View is surrounded by excellent walking country.
Monument Cottage is surrounded by perfect dog walking country including the Darcy Dalton Way. There are also footpaths to nearby Kingham and Daylesford.
Hound happy gatherings
This dog-friendly, characterful former farm lies in the centre of Winchcombe, surrounded by wonderful walks and dog-friendly pubs. It also has a large, landscaped garden.
This spacious barn conversion is set high in the Cotswolds with wonderful, far-reaching views. There’s an expansive garden and countryside walks from the garden gate.
A stunning Cotswold home in the village of Little Tew. There’s a superb one-acre garden and miles of walks in every direction.
This stylish, thatched cottage has a beautiful garden and countryside walks in every direction.
When one dog just isn’t enough
2+ dogs welcome
This wonderful Grade II listed barn conversion sleeps 10 and welcome two well-behaved dogs. There are plenty of public footpaths and bridleways to explore on your doorstep.
This much-loved family home has the most magical garden, and a gate in the hedge leading to the nearest footpath. Perfect for doggy adventures.
The clue is in the name. This charming country cottage sits in a rural location with walks in all directions.
Not only is Grindstone a stunning holiday home surrounded by a beautiful garden and the rolling Cotswold countryside, but it also provides two huge dog beds for your pets.