Cotswolds

Cotswolds

There’s plenty of dog friendly places in the Cotswolds. From classic pubs to quaint tea rooms. That’s not forgetting a delightful tangle of cosy thatched cottages to kick back and relax. Gracefully extending across six counties, this wonderful area of natural beauty sparkles with history, culture and sights.
No one quite knows what the name means, but the rolling hills and prized wool/textile trade are the areas most loved assets. Whatever the name, you can be sure of one thing – a beautiful view and friendly welcome to warm your doggies soul!
 
This Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is the perfect place to get on foot and hike across the countrysideThis place has over 3,000 miles of footpaths, bridleways, ancient woodlands and wildflower meadows. Obviously, that means you’re spoilt for choice when it comes to walks. You and your dog will love exploring this giant natural playground, enough to make your dog’s senses tingle.
 
Prefer to keep your feet on the footpath? The dog friendly Cotswolds has plenty of quaint towns and bustling cities to enjoy. Undoubtedly you’ll be weaving between pubs and independent shops.
 
This delightful part of the world is ‘quintessentially English’. It’s famed for its golden villages, thatched cottages, evocative churches coupled with honey-coloured mansions.
 
Nevertheless, there are also plenty of modern scenes to enjoy in the Cotswolds too. Enjoy the vibrant buzz the nearby towns and cities have to offer in places like Cheltenham, Cirencester and Tewkesbury. Packed with trendy bars, indie bites the Cotswolds has a great little scene giving you plenty to bark about.
 
From head to tail, the Cotswolds has many unspoiled regions. Without a doubt, you’ll fall in love with the dog friendly Cotswolds and want to visit again.
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