Dog Friendly Hotels Gloucestershire
Part of the Three Counties, Gloucestershire is home to some impressive market towns and cities as well as dog friendly rooms. With the rolling hills of the golden valley in Stroud and the Cotswolds on your doorstep, you'll be spoiled for dog walking options during your Gloucestershire stay.
- Gloucester, EnglandHolders Cottage is a luxury property situated in a small, peaceful location mid-way between the pretty market town of Newent and the cathedral city of Gloucester. Set in the grounds of the owners’ family home, the property is arranged to enable you to make the most of the glorious Gloucestershire countryside views. The accommodation comprises an open plan living space and a double bedroom complete with a kingsize bed and en-suite facilities. Outside there is a private terrace with garden furniture and lovely countryside views. There is a driveway offering parking for up to two vehicles.
Perfect for walkers and cyclists, the cottage sits in open countryside and there is a myriad of footpaths, bridleways and country lanes right on the doorstep. The Wysis Way and Three Choirs Way are both within close proximity of the property. Additionally, this holiday home offers an ideal base from which to explore the local area as it is centrally located between the Forest of Dean, the Cotswolds, the Malvern Hills and the Wye Valley, all of which are known for their stunning views, wildlife and range of outdoor activity options and are within 15 miles of the accommodation. The city of Gloucester is less than a 10-minute drive away, with its redeveloped historic docks, and offers a range of cafés, bars, restaurants and outlet shopping in the Gloucester Quays. The regency spa town of Cheltenham, renowned for its shopping, theatre and festivals, is just a 20-minute drive. Tewkesbury, Ledbury and Ross-on-Wye can all be reached within a 30-minute drive. Shop 1 mile, pub and restaurant 4 miles.£79From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Blockley, EnglandPeacefully set in the unspoilt village of Blockley in an AONB, and one of the Cotswolds’ most delightful and best kept secrets. This charming double fronted holiday cottage of mellow stone, built in 1850 and one of a row, retains beams and exposed stone walls. It is tastefully furnished, comfortable with a contemporary and well-equipped kitchen. The three bedrooms each feature antique-style beds; the kingsize bedroom has an oak floor and one of the twin rooms boasts a polished elm floor. Its south-facing sun terrace and pretty cottage garden offer lovely views over cottages and hills - an ideal setting to enjoy afternoon tea or a glass of wine. A perfectly situated retreat to explore the Cotswolds’ beautiful villages and wonderful countryside walks. Brockley is a peaceful village with a mill stream and beautiful Norman church, and was featured in Father Brown, a mystery drama series based around a fictional Roman Catholic priest. Stratford, Chipping Campden, Broadway and Cheltenham for the races are a short drive. Birmingham NEC, NIA and Symphony Hall within 60 minutes. Golf and riding within 5 miles. Shops, children’s play area, two pubs in village.£106From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Cheltenham, England"Fine cottages and facilities – just a mile from one of England’s finest Regency towns . . ."
Occupying a superb position with wonderful rural views, yet within a mile or so of Cheltenham’s elegant town centre, this delightful holiday cottage has been created from a range of 19th-century barns and is furnished and equipped to high standards. The cottage enjoys a good choice of shared facilities including a covered heatedswimming pool, an all-weather tennis court and a croquet lawn. The cottage is well equipped, with an automatic washing machine, microwave oven and dishwasher, and has its own sitting out area with patio and furniture.
All the fascinating corners of the beautiful Regency spa town of Cheltenham are immediately to hand: there is an art gallery, a museum, tempting boutiques, antique shops, plentiful restaurants and inns. Only a short walk away is Cheltenham’s racecourse, famous as the home of National Hunt Racing, which stages the Cheltenham Festival in March, as well as several other top quality race meetings between October and the end of April. The Pittville Pump Room, a magnificent Grade I listed building opened in 1830, has a museum on its top floor. In the ballroom it is possible to taste spa water from the original pump. Historic illustrations, photographs and small displays tell the story of Cheltenham from its beginnings in Anglo-Saxon times. The building is surrounded by attractive parkland with a lake and children’s playground, public tennis courts and golf course. Number 4 Clarence Road, built in 1832 by James Creed, is the house in which Gustav Holst was born on 21 September 1874, and where he spent the first seven years of his childhood. The Holst Birthplace Museum is a memorial to the composer and a rare treat for lovers of music. On the summit of nearby Leckhampton Hill above the Devil’s Chimney, a teetering rock column, is the site of an Iron Age fort; keen walkers can follow the Cotswold Way.
Hunting Butts Cottages provide a perfect base to explore the beautiful countryside and villages of the Cotswolds as well as the attractions of the Heart of England. The Cotswolds cast their spell on artists, naturalists, walkers and everyone with a love for rural peace and tranquillity: Broadway – the ‘Venice’ of the Cotswolds; delightful Chipping Campden; Blockley, described as the most beautiful village in England, and Stow-on-the-Wold boasting England’s oldest pub, are all within half an hour’s drive. The variety of attractions is almost endless. Exploring this region at any time of year is a rewarding experience, each season throwing a different light on the changing scene. Heritage attractions in the area include Sudeley Castle (7 miles), once home of Catherine Parr, containing Europe’s largest collection of toys, arms and armour. Forest of Dean 23 miles. Birmingham, Bath, Oxford and Stratford-upon-Avon are all within one hour by car. Sailing and wind-surfing on 15,000 acres of lakes near the ancient Roman town of Cirencester are available within 30 minutes’ drive. Shops ½ mile.£158From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Oldcroft, EnglandSituated in the Royal Forest of Dean, this property offers an ideal retreat for a relaxing holiday or for exploring the surrounding area. Set in the 4 acre grounds of the owners home, it is just a 0.5 mile from Oldcroft with its shops, pubs and restaurants. The cottage is suitable for the disabled and also provides the perfect location for visitors with pets. The River Severn (4 miles), Dean Heritage Centre, Dean Forest Railway and Tintern Abbey are all nearby. There is good fishing, RSPB reserves, riding, golf, tennis and excellent walking and cycling opportunities locally. Ross on Wye, Chepstow, Monmouth and the cathedral cities of Gloucester and Hereford are within easy driving distance. Lydney 3 miles.£94From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Icomb, EnglandIn beautiful countryside at the heart of the Cotswolds, these converted cottages present an attractive opportunity to explore this lovely region. Whilst retaining their original charm, they are cosy and very comfortable and stand in a courtyard, adjacent to the owner’s home on a mixed working farm. Less than 3 miles away are the fine shops, pubs, restaurants and antique emporia of the bustling market town of Stow-on-the-Wold, is the highest of the Cotswold towns. Popular Bourton-on-the-Water, often described as the ‘Little Venice’ of the Cotswolds, and home to Birdland and a fascinating model village, is only 6 miles, and the myriad delights of historic Stratford, Oxford, Cirencester and Cheltenham are easily accessible. The Cotswold Water Park’s 40 acres, offering an impressive array of land and waterbourne activities, are just 20 miles.£223From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Westonbirt, EnglandSituated on a farm, this holiday cottage has been furnished to provide attractive holiday accommodation. The bedrooms overlook parkland and a corner of the local golf course, which welcomes day visitors, whilst tennis and squash are also available locally. Westonbirt is located in the midst of the Cotswold Hills with the market town of Tetbury nearby which has a wonderful range of antique and craft shops to explore. Regency Bath and Cheltenham are only 18 miles away and ideal for a day visit to the historic Roman baths. Visit the famous Westonbirt Arboretum close by, which has a magnificent tree collection and also hosts a variety of events throughout the year. Shop, pub and restaurant 2 miles.£44From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Bussage, EnglandIn the heart of the Cotswolds, this little traditional detached cottage in a quiet corner of the village has been carefully refurbished to provide a delightful holiday hideaway. The cosy sitting room and kitchen both open onto the enclosed garden, from which there is a lovely view across the valley. The immediate area offers numerous lovely walks, while a little further afield are the noted attractions of the Painswick Rococo Gardens, Woodchester Mansion, Owlpen Manor, and the ancient market town of Cirencester. The village inn offers good food and ales, and is only a short walk away. Shop 0.5 miles, pub 50 yards, restaurant 4 miles.£48From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Fairford, EnglandA self-contained ground floor annexe, with conservatory, attached to the owner’s detached house. This light and airy holiday apartment is situated on the edge of a pretty Cotswold town and offers an excellent base for touring and sightseeing. The towns of Burford, Bibury and Cirencester are within a 10-mile radius. Cirencester, the Cotswolds capital, has twice weekly markets and many historical attractions from museums to churches. Regular craft fairs, antique markets and festivals are held throughout the year. There is excellent walking in the nearby Cotswold Hills, or enjoy watersports at the Cotswold Water Park close by. Shop and restaurant 0.5 miles, pub 400 yards.£54From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Little London, EnglandThis cottage is situated on an organic farm, in the grounds of the owner’s home, midway between Gloucester and the Forest of Dean on the A4136 giving access by car to the main tourist attractions. This single storey detached cottage offers a great base to explore the delights of the surrounding areas. In front of the cottage is a small well-protected patio and beyond that the farmland extends up towards Huntley Hill. There are sheep and cattle quietly grazing and footpaths in several directions.
Golfing, fishing, riding and cycle hire can all be found within the Forest of Dean. Gloucester Docks and the Waterways Museum are within easy driving, as well as Cheltenham with its variety of shopping, bars and restaurants and, of course, the famous Cheltenham races. Shop and pub 1 mile, restaurant 8 miles.£36From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Blakeney, EnglandSituated on the edge of the beautiful Forest of Dean within a working sheep farm, this detached holiday cottage is ideally located to enjoy and explore all that the surroundings have to offer. Activities in abundance are available in the forest and within the Wye Valley. Idyllic walks, cycling/mountain biking with a marked route in the forest, adventure parks such as Puzzlewood and Go Ape, steam railway and caving at Clearwell Caves are all within easy reach. Visit Symonds Yat and Yat Rock for wonderful scenery and rock climbing, also famous for its nesting Peregrine Falcons. Canoeing and fishing are available along the River Wye. There are many castles to visit and the cathedral cities of Hereford and Gloucester are within easy driving distance. Shop 300 yards, pub and restaurant 200 yards.£96From price per night based on 7 night stay