Dog Friendly Holiday Cottages in Wiltshire
Wiltshire's rolling hills are steeped in history and with plenty of dog friendly spaces, you'll find lots of stunning dog friendly cottages to choose from for your Wiltshire escape. Between a visit to Stone Henge, a trip to see the awe-inspiring Salisbury cathedral or a hike up to visit the chalk horse, you and your four legged friend will have pawsome break to this beautiful part of the country.
- Malmesbury, EnglandThis excellent terraced house resides in Malmesbury, Wilteshire. WiFi. Open-plan. Pet-friendly. Enclosed garden. Off-road parking. Family-friendly. Chippenham 10.4 miles; Cirencester 14.8 miles; Bath 24 miles£88From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Netton, EnglandThis attractive, detached, single-storey holiday cottage stands on the banks of the trout-filled River Avon. Occasional dry fly fishing can be arranged with prior arrangement with the owner. There will be an additional charge for this.
The surrounding area is full of picturesque villages, and across the river is the 16th-century Heale House with 8 acres of beautiful gardens. Nearby is Stonehenge, and the lesser known neolithic site of Woodhenge. Salisbury has Britain’s finest medieval cathedral with the best preserved original Magna Carta. Shop, pub 1 mile.£90From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Melksham, EnglandThis semi-detached holiday home is situated in an urban location on the edge of Melksham, in the very heart of the Wiltshire countryside. Local amenities include a supermarket, takeaway, pub and department store which are just a short stroll away, as is a railway station if you fancy a rest from driving. There is a wealth of beauty spots and attractions nearby. Visitors flock to nearby Lacock village, where many a BBC period drama has been filmed. Wander the delightful cobbled streets before visiting Lacock Abbey, former home of Fox Talbot (founder of pinhole photography), where you can visit the cloisters where Harry Potter was filmed. Just up the road is Castle Combe, famous for its race track and once voted Britain’s most picturesque village. Spend a relaxing morning at The Courts Garden (NT) or enjoy a riverside stroll in Bradford-on-Avon. Bath is 11 miles, where you can visit the famous Roman baths, sweeping Georgian crescents and Bath Abbey. The mighty Stonehenge and Avebury stone circles are within a short drive. See the flight of 27 locks at Caen Hill or hire a canal boat at Bradford-on-Avon or Devizes. Longleat Safari Park and Center Parcs (day passes available) can be found in Warminster. Shop and restaurant 50 yards, pub 100 yards.£100From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Sedgehill, EnglandSet in a peaceful rural location on the borders of Dorset and Wiltshire, this holiday property is situated on Whitebridge Farm, which is not a working farm but is ideal for a family touring holiday with excellent walking and cycling in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Set in 10 acres along with 8 other cottages, they are grouped around an attractive grassed courtyard and were once stables for the owner’s impressive farmhouse (built in 1872). Within the grounds, adjacent to the main car park, is a grassed children’s playground area (for under 12s only), and there is a field adjacent to the property that is ideal for walking dogs. There are 2 x 120 KW fast charges that have been installed within a 7-minute walk of Whitebridge Farm. They can be found on the grounds of an award-winning deli where you can enjoy a leisurely coffee or lunch whilst your car is charging.
Both the South Wiltshire and Dorset cycle ways pass nearby and there are numerous waymarked walks, including the half-hour Shaftesbury town trail, which leads to the famous Gold Hill, with its magnificent views. Many historic houses in the area, including Stourhead (National Trust). An hour’s drive leads to Salisbury, Bath, Cheddar and Weymouth. Visit Stonehenge, and then the ancient Avebury Stone Circle. Shop, pub and restaurant 1 mile.£99From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Marlborough, EnglandDetached former farm cottage, idyllic remote Wiltshire Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, up on The Ridgeway above Ogbourne St George. Comfortably furnished. Woodburning stove. Rural views. Walks straight from the door. Marlborough 5 miles.£76From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Marlborough, EnglandImpressive rural Wiltshire cottage, a mile from the village of Great Bedwyn. WiFi. Close to the Kennet and Avon Canal. Lovely walking in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Crofton Steam Beam Engines close by. Marlborough 7 miles.£89From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Salisbury, EnglandThese properties are two very well presented cottages, renovated to a high standard. Situated in the peaceful village of Morgans Vale, they are just under a mile away from the village of Downton and its local facilities. These lovingly furnished cottages are right on the border of the New Forest National Park, but with the beauty of the medieval cathedral city of Salisbury nearby, and coastal beaches under 20 miles away.
This is a great base from which to visit the host of attractions in the area. The cottages both boast a wood burner for those colder winter evenings, and are attractively furnished with Karndean floors downstairs and carpets upstairs. The accommodation is set over three floors in each property, with the loft room being a great option for kids or teenagers.
For lovers of culture and the outdoors, there are numerous walks in the nearby New Forest and various National Trust properties nearby, including Stonehenge, with its stone circle, and Moffitsfont House and Gardens in nearby Romsey. If you’re seeking the coast, sun and sand, then the sandy beaches of Bournemouth are within a 40-minute drive. Paultons Park, home of Peppa Pig World, is a short 20-minute drive away. This is the perfect holiday destination for all of the family. Beach 17 miles. Shop and pub 520 yards, restaurant 1 mile.£84From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Salisbury, EnglandThese lovely, semi-detached barn conversions are situated just outside of the medieval cathedral city of Salisbury, and close to the iconic prehistoric stone circle of Stonehenge, which stands on the grassland of Salisbury Plain. This is a great base for families or groups wanting to explore this part of the country, as there is so much to see and do. It is only 30 minutes to the coast with the lovely sandy beaches of Bournemouth, or there are plenty of sites and National Trust areas with beautiful walks and lovely bike rides in the New Forest, you will be spoilt for choice.
The Old Stables are situated within their own grounds and form part of a collection of four newly, and stylishly converted barns. The walks that surround them are widely renowned to be some of best in the area and include Bentley walks with its famous Bluebell display, Hound Wood and Blackmoor Copse with its many deer that roam, and nature ponds.
The Old Stables 1 (ref UK32045) is mainly on one level, with just one bedroom on the first floor with a vaulted ceiling and traditional oak A frame beams, all other rooms are on the ground level, with open plan living, dining and kitchen. With York stone flooring throughout and terracotta tile to the kitchen area to create a comfortable rustic feel. There is a vaulted ceiling and beautiful oak beams.
The Old Stables 2 (ref UK35616) is set over two floors consisting of an open plan living, dining and kitchen areas on the ground floor and two bedrooms and a shower room on the first floor.
The Old Stables 3 (ref UK35690) offers wonderful open plan living/kitchen/dining room along with two stunning bedrooms and a splendid bathroom. All the properties have a garden where you can enjoy the peaceful countryside after your jam-packed day out sightseeing. Shop 1 mile, pub and restaurant 2 miles.
These properties can be booked together to accommodate up to 14 guests.£81From price per night based on 7 night stay