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.
- Lydney, EnglandLodge Barn offers you the perfect place for your stay, where you can feel relaxed and at home. The property is a large, airy and extremely attractive space. Great for families, large groups or couples, this gorgeous barn conversion offers nine bedrooms, six of which contain en-suite facilities, perfect for privacy during your stay. On the ground floor there is a large open plan country kitchen and dining room, fitted with a classic Aga so you can cook for the whole family. There is a spacious living area, perfect for relaxing in front of the wood burner at the end of a long day. Patio doors from the living area lead out to a large, enclosed garden with a hot tub, patio, garden furniture and barbecue for those summer nights. There is a second living room equipped with a snooker table. An exterior building sits close to the property containing a pool table and entertainment, perfect for the kids.
Situated in the village of Aylburton just 2 miles from Lydney, the property is conveniently located to access necessary amenities. You will find a supermarket just 1½ miles away. Restaurants, pubs and a railway line are all located just 1 mile away in Lydney. Also nearby is Lydney Golf Course. The property is perfect for keen outdoor enthusiasts with walking, cycling, canoeing, golf and fishing all available in the surrounding area. Puzzlewood, Taurus Crafts and Clearwell Caves are all within 5 miles, and Symonds Yat and Monmouth are also close by. Cheltenham, Bath, Bristol, Cardiff and Gloucester are all within easy driving distance. Shop and restaurant 1½ miles, pub 1 mile.£541From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Stow-on-the-Wold, EnglandSituated between the Cotswold market towns of Stow-on-the-Wold and Moreton-in-Marsh, these two semi-detached, holiday cottages are located on a small working farm adjacent to the owners home. Found at the end of a long driveway, these Cotswold stone barns offer open beams and exposed timbers retaining rural character and charm, providing a sense of farming history. Well Cottage (ref UKC3629) has open plan living accommodation, while on the first floor is a double bedroom with en-suite with bath, shower cubicle and toilet. Stable Cottage (ref UKC3630) has a living room, kitchen/dining room and family bathroom on the ground floor. On the first floor there is a twin bedroom and a double bedroom. Outside, both cottages have a private garden with flower beds and seating, with picnic tables and barbecue, ideal for summer breaks. There is also private parking adjacent to the drive.
Blackpitt Farm is 1 mile outside the picturesque village of Oddington, with its famous pub, and just 2 miles from the beautiful hilltop town of Stow-on-the-Wold. It is surrounded by miles of footpaths and bridle ways suitable for dog walking and mountain biking, and is an ideal base for exploring the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. All within a short distance are Moreton-in-Marsh famous for its Tuesday market, the beautiful Slaughters, Burford with its wildlife park and gardens, and Bourton-on-the-Water with its model village and Birdland. Also nearby are the National Trust’s Snowshill Manor and the quintessential Cotswold villages of Broadway and Chipping Campden offering tea shops, pubs and antique shops. Within 25 miles are Stratford-upon-Avon, home of William Shakespeare and the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Warwick Castle, Cheltenham, the home of National Hunt racing, and a little further afield in Oxfordshire you will find Blenheim Palace and the university city of Oxford. Shop 2½ miles, pub and restaurant ¾ mile.
These properties can be booked together to accommodate up to 6 guests.£102From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Coleford, EnglandClover Field is a fantastic property, adjacent to the owners’ home, that combines the old and new parts of the house seamlessly, with excellent original features and the comforts of more modern living. It’s ideal for families, groups and couples.
As you enter the property into a stunning entrance hall, to the left is a well-equipped utility room with space for coats and shoes, and a downstairs toilet.
The modern open plan living space has enough room to seat all guests comfortably with large bi-fold doors out to the sunken patio area. The patio area benefits from a table and benches with enough seating for everyone as well as a hanging chair and a water feature. The living area is fitted with a multi-fuel burner making for a cosy stay, even in the winter.
At the top of the stairs to the left is a kingsize bedroom that is full of character, including original beams. To the right up 2 steps is the family bathroom and up another 2 steps is a double bedroom. This bedroom has access onto the balcony which looks out over the garden and neighbouring field. There’s a twin bedroom and then finally the master bedroom. This has its own en-suite shower room and also has access to the balcony. The outside space is fantastic and has a mixture of lawned areas and wild areas that can be explored. The garden also has an unfenced pond.
Take in some fabulous walking within the Wye Valley, which boasts some stunning scenery.
This is a perfect base from which to visit nearby family attractions which include Clearwell Caves, The Secret Forest, Puzzlewood, Perrygrove Steam Railway, a sculpture trail and a railway museum. The Forest of Dean has always been a huge draw for cyclists and walkers.
Areas within easy reach include Clearwell, Newland and St Briavels. Symonds Yat is a popular destination for ornithologists due to the prescence of nesting peregrine falcons. The Wye Valley also offers a variety of river-based activities such as canoeing and fishing. Shop and pub ¼ mile, restaurant 1½ miles.£38From price per night based on 7 night stay