Dog-friendly Leicestershire

Rich in history & culture, picture-perfect canals and spectacular countryside, Leicestershire is a superb destination for a dog-friendly getaway. With plenty for you and your pooch to see and explore, you're sure to have a pawsome time!
  • Grooms Cottage, LeicestershireInstant Book Overlay Image
    This superb semi-detached barn conversion rests in the rural village of East Norton, near Uppingham in the East Midlands. Woodburner. Country views. Corby 13.5 miles; Leicester 15 miles.
    £68
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  • Mandarin Cottage, LeicestershireInstant Book Overlay Image
    Melton Mowbray, England
    This is a bungalow barn conversion located on the outskirts of Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire. Woodburning stove. Gorgeous countryside views. Bedrooms with en-suites. Leicester 15.1 miles; Nottingham 26.2 miles.
    £64
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  • Teal Cottage, LeicestershireInstant Book Overlay Image
    Melton Mowbray, England
    This is a bungalow barn conversion located on the outskirts of Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire. Woodburning stove. Gorgeous countryside views. Bedrooms with en-suites. Leicester 15.1 miles; Nottingham 26.2 miles.
    £66
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  • Rainbow Cottage, LeicestershireInstant Book Overlay Image
    What a beautiful cottage to stay for your next break in Central England. Rumoured to be one of the most photographed properties in this quaint traditional market town, you’ll enjoy both admiring it and being lucky enough to stay in it. Rainbow Cottage is a 17th century Grade II listed property complete with many traditional features which gives it fantastic character including exposed beams, low ceilings and doorways and a beautiful thatched roof. You’ll also be impressed with the stunning cottage garden which has won multiple awards including the RHS Gold Award in the East Midlands Britain in Bloom. The kitchen is equipped with everything you need to cook up a tasty English breakfast or sumptuous lunch, however, why not treat yourself as there are plenty of eateries in the town within a stones throw from the cottage.....you are on holiday after all!
    There are many charming independent shops to peruse set amongst lots of historic buildings including the Dixie School and the attractive cobbled market square. The medieval town of Market Bosworth was made famous by the War of the Roses Battle, which ended in the death of Richard III; the Battlefield Heritage Centre is located a couple of miles away. You can also visit the Battlefield Line Steam Railway running from Shackerstone via Market Bosworth to Shenton in Leicestershire. Market Bosworth Country Park, offers 80 acres of parkland and includes a lake, an arboretum and wildlife ponds. The adventure playground and open space for younger visitors makes this a great family location.
    There are many lovely walks in the area including along the towpaths at the Ashby Canal and Bosworth marina. There is more to do in the surrounding area, including a visit to the National Trust’s Calke Abbey, National Space Centre and Twycross Zoo. If you fancy being more active then skiing is available at the Snow Dome in Tamworth and the National Dive Centre at Stoney Cove is only 9 miles away. You can trip to the indoor and outdoor adventure experiences at Conkers. Visit Hicks Lodge, a great place to walk, cycle and spot some unique wildlife, or enjoy a swim at the outdoor lido swimming pool at Hood Park. If you like Motorsport then Mallory Park is only 5 miles away and Donington Park race circuit is 19 miles away and stages some great racing events, driving experiences and track days. You could also visit the Triumph Visitor experience and factory tour from Britains most Iconic Motorcycle Manufacturer 7 miles away. The Peak District National Park is within easy reach, approximately 40 miles away where you can enjoy the great outdoors and plenty of outdoor activities. Other local towns close by include Loughborough, Coalville, Leicester, Nuneaton, Derby and Tamworth. There is also easy access to East Midlands Airport. Pub and restaurant 120 yards.
    £90
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  • The Stables, LeicestershireInstant Book Overlay ImageNew In Overlay Image
    Nestled in the heart of the picturesque village of Waltham on the Wolds in Leicestershire, this charming holiday home offers a perfect blend of history and modern comfort. Dating back to the 1700’s, this former stable, once an integral part of the local inn, has been lovingly transformed into a delightful single-story two-bedroom haven.
    As you step inside, you’ll be greeted by a seamless blend of rustic and contemporary elements. The living room exudes warmth, with exposed wooden beams and a fireplace, creating a cosy ambiance for relaxation. Adjacent to it, the kitchen/dining room beckons with modern amenities and a rustic farmhouse charm. The well-equipped kitchen invites you to cook up delightful meals, while the adjoining dining area is perfect for enjoying them with your loved ones. The holiday home features two bedrooms, each offering a unique experience. The king-size bedroom exudes comfort and tranquillity, ensuring a restful night’s sleep. The second bedroom provides flexible sleeping arrangements with two high-rise single beds, and an additional standard single bed nestled underneath. This setup makes it ideal for families or friends sharing the space.
    Pet-friendly and welcoming, the accommodation extends its hospitality to furry companions, inviting you to explore the scenic surroundings together. A courtyard garden awaits outdoors, offering a charming retreat for both humans and pets. The seating area is perfect for unwinding with a cup of coffee or enjoying a meal al fresco.
    Waltham on the Wolds and its vicinity provide a myriad of activities for all interests. Nature enthusiasts can revel in leisurely walks or bike rides through the stunning Leicestershire countryside, while history buffs can explore the village’s own historical sites and landmarks. For those seeking local flavours, nearby pubs and eateries offer a taste of authentic cuisine. Whether you’re drawn to the village’s history, the natural beauty of the surroundings, or simply seeking a quiet getaway, this holiday home in Waltham on the Wolds is an ideal choice.
    £66
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