Tewkesbury Park is a family-owned hotel set within the rolling Gloucestershire countryside. There’s a golf course and 10-acre field at the bottom of the drive – ideal for off-lead frolics. The beautiful Tewkesbury Abbey is only a 10-minute walk away and welcomes furry visitors too.
If you are looking for a Cotswolds escape with your pet, then visit The Swan in Bibury. The village of Bibury was described by William Morris as the most beautiful village in England, with grassy meadows for your dog to explore, honey-coloured cottages and the River Coln running through the middle.
Situated in the historic town of Moreton-in-Marsh, The Manor House Hotel is a great spot for you and your pet to slip away for a countryside break. Formerly a magnificent 16th century manor house, you and your canine friend will love strolling around the stunning secluded walled gardens.
This former 16th century town house in the heart of the gorgeous market town of Tetbury. The picture of English splendour combining historical charm with elegant style where cool interiors blends comfortably with sophistication.
Deep within the stunning Cotswold countryside in the charming village of Didmarton lies The King's Arms, a wonderfully stylish and contemporary country inn. Originally built in the 17th century, this Grade II listed building retains its cosy, rustic-feel and offers the ultimate country pub experience.
For somewhere extra special, stay with your dog at the fabulous Thornbury Castle hotel – a 16th century castle on the edge of the Cotswolds. Set in 14-acres of unspoiled grounds for your pet to explore, it has a vineyard and kitchen garden, plus Thornbury once housed Henry VIII and his bride Anne Boleyn.
Charingworth Manor is a beautiful 14th century manor house in Chipping Campden in the heart of the Cotswolds with newly refurbished guest rooms, a luxurious spa and the intimate John Greville Restaurant.