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.
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.
Dryhill, built on the site of an ancient Roman villa and vineyard, is a beautiful 400-year-old former farmhouse sleeping up to ten people. Approached by a long private rural track leading to a circular driveway, this charming property is surrounded by 14-acres of woodland and gardens.
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.
This stunning Georgian townhouse wouldn’t look out of place in London! Overlooking beautiful gardens in the heart of Cheltenham and close to the racecourse, this gorgeous dog-friendly destination combines the services of a hotel with the luxury of your own home.
Positioned in the peaceful Cotswold village of Amberley, it’s the perfect rural retreat for you and your four-legged friend. This impeccably stylish inn is surrounded by National Trust common land providing a hilltop backdrop and enviable views across the spectacular south Cotswolds countryside.
Nestled on the edge of Guiting Power, Barton Farm is a beautifully restored former farmhouse that sits in its own 13 acres of gardens, pastures and woodland – a doggie dream! Barton Farm is also the ultimate party property for large groups.