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.
- Warminster, EnglandThis holiday home is perfect for any guests looking for a stylish home from home. Shady Bower offers a spacious accommodation which is located at the heart of a pretty Wiltshire village with local store and the all important village inns. This property is a great multi-generation holiday home with a large living room, separate kids play room with smart TV and door to level garden, and ground floor bedroom with a en-suite walk-in shower room. Four further bedrooms and the family bathroom are on the first floor, this home really offers all the accommodation you will need.
Outside is a lovely private garden with large lawned area, patio and garden furniture, perfect to relax in after a days exploration. There is also a wooden climbing frame and a netted trampoline to keep the children happy and entertained.
Shady Bower is located just few miles from Warminster with lots of independent shops and places to eat. For a great family day out why not visit Longleat House and Safari Park, which is also just a few miles away and is a perfect day out. With so much to see and explore you will be longing to return to this fantastic holiday home. Pub 1 mile.£124From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Marlborough, EnglandThis beautiful 18th-century mill is set by the side of the river in a picturesque hamlet, only 2 miles from the busy market town of Marlborough. Standing alone in its own secluded gardens with the river running alongside, it is the perfect setting to just get away from it all and relax.
The mill provides an excellent base from which to explore this lovely part of the country. Avebury is nearby with its stone circle which is larger and older than Stonehenge. The 4500-acre Savernake Forest, Cheddar Gorge, Stonehenge, Longleat House and Safari Park, Stourhead Gardens, the historic city of Winchester and the Roman spa and Georgian streets of the city of Bath are all within an hour’s drive. Other places to visit include Oxford, Blenheim Palace and Bowood House and Gardens. The area is perfect for walkers with the Ridgeway and many footpaths along the downs. Shop 2 miles, pub 1 mile.£141From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Malmesbury, EnglandA beautiful Grade II listed cottage nestled in the village Sherston near the market town of Malmesbury in the delightful Cotswolds. Character. Courtyard garden. Shop and pub 2 mins walk. Cotswolds AONB.£170From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Malmesbury, EnglandA beautiful cottage resting on the edge of the historic town of Malmesbury, Wiltshire. Enclosed garden. Ground-floor living. Annexe. Off-road parking. Cirencester 10.9 miles; Bath 24 miles.£207From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Mere, EnglandThese two lovely, semi-detached cottages have been beautifully restored by the owners who have a long history with the properties. Olde Oak Cottage (ref UK12890) is situated on the old A303 route and used to be a tearoom so many people may remember stopping here for a cup of tea and slice of cake whilst on their travels. It is steeped in history and the owners aim to relive this through its tasteful decoration, including exposed brick walls and two beautiful open fireplaces, one of which houses a wood burner. Oak Cottage (ref UKC4635) is an 18th century cottage of natural stone and render elevations and has been restored during late 2020 and Spring 2021 and is within 100 yards of the village centre.
Zeals is in an ideal location, with the World Heritage site of Stonehenge being only 23 miles to the east. The Jurassic Coastline, including Weymouth, Bournemouth, is approximately 45 miles and Weston-super-Mare on the Bristol Channel also 45 miles away. Bath, another World Heritage is 25 miles to the north. Other local attractions include Haynes Motor Museum and The Fleet Air Arm Museum at Yeovilton both of which are only a 30-minute drive. Aerospace Bristol housing Concorde and the large shopping centres at Cabot Circus and Cribbs Causeway make for another good day. The cathedral city of Salisbury, 23 miles to the east and The New Forest make for a pleasant day out. The National Trust’s Stourhead House and Gardens is only one mile away. This is an all year round attraction with magnificent Rhododendrons in Spring, wonderful walks in the summer and stunning autumn colours. There is a Christmas Festival of Light during December and January. The cottages are 1-mile away from the Stour Valley Way, a well-trodden footpath from Stourhead to Christchurch in Dorset following the River Stour to this beautiful priory town. A wonderful collection of pubs are located nearby, one is just 150 yards away and two more are a 3-minute drive. Shop, pub and restaurant 300 yards.
The properties can be booked together to accommodate up to 16 guests.£201From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Marlborough, EnglandAn elegant and comfortable house with plenty of space with great access to local attractions, including Avebury stone circle, Silbury Hill and the beautiful Vale of Pewsey. Alma House is situated on a cobbled street just off the historic High Street of Marlborough. This former coach house is Grade II listed with many original features. Sleeping up to eight guests, this property is a perfect retreat for friends and families alike, a perfect base for those wishing to explore what Wiltshire and The Cotswolds have to offer.
Arranged over three floors, style and comfort blend effortlessly here. The living room has comfortable sofas to relax on, as well as Wi-Fi and a Smart TV. The inviting wood burner set within a small inglenook is great to cosy up in front of on cooler evenings, with unlimited logs supplied. The dining room next door can seat the whole family, and the kitchen features a range cooker as well as providing everything you will need to rustle up a hearty breakfast or evening supper. From a bread maker to ice machine, it has everything you require, as well as an additional dining table. Reached by two staircases, the first floor offers a master bedroom with kingsize bed and en-suite. A twin room and family bathroom are on one side, whilst there is another kingsize bedroom on the other with access up to the second floor where you can retreat to another kingsize bedroom, with attractive beamed ceilings. Outside is a small sitting-out area to the front of the property with a table and chairs for two guests. The owner includes a lovely welcome pack with samples of local produce that you can purchase more of from our local area.
The centre of Marlborough is on your doorstep with its range of great restaurants and pubs, along with a variety of high quality and independent shops offering a unique blend of modern attractions and facilities. The high street is one of the widest in the UK and offers a twice-weekly market on a Wednesday and Saturday. Avebury is nearby with its stone circle, which is larger and older than Stonehenge. The 4500-acre Savernake Forest, Cheddar Gorge, Stonehenge, Longleat House and Safari Park, Stourhead Gardens, the historic city of Winchester and the Roman spa and Georgian streets of the city of Bath are all within an hour’s drive.£207From price per night based on 7 night stay