Pet Friendly Cottage Holidays Worcestershire
Nestled in by the Malvern Hills, Worcester has some stunning walks and dog friendly days out for your furry friend. From the popular chocolate box town of Broadway in the Cotswolds, up to the leafy and historic Iron Bridge, Worcestershire has everything the discerning dog is looking for on their countryside break. And a pet friendly cottage is the pawfect base to explore Worcestershire.
- Alcester, EnglandImmerse yourself into village life is this former village post office, now a wonderful holiday home, ideal for couples and small families. Step into the front door where you will greeted by the living/dining room which features a lovely open fire, perfect for those chillier evenings. Continue through the property through the snug into the fully equipped kitchen where you can rustle up a full English breakfast, prepare your picnic or cook a lovely evening meal. Upstairs you will find the two double bedrooms, and the family bathroom.
This lovely light and airy cottage is a great choice for visiting Shakespeare country and further afield. The village pub is next door with the church the other side of the cottage where Shakespeare’s parents married and you can enjoy occasional bell ringing. Stratford-upon-Avon is approximately 6 miles away, here you can visit Shakespeare’s birthplace, Anne Hathaway’s Cottage, take in a play at the Royal Shakespeare Company Theatre or simply enjoy some of the towns other delights including boat trips on the River Avon, independent shops, a variety of eateries, the big wheel and the Butterfly Farm.
For horse racing enthusiasts, Stratford-Upon-Avon, Warwick and Cheltenham race courses are all in easy reach. The neighbouring village of Wilmcote is home to Olly Murphy Racing where you can often see the gallops in the morning and Dan Skelton Racing is just over 3 miles away. Other places of interest include Hatton Country World nestled in beautiful Warwickshire countryside; Ragley Hall, a stately hall which hosts many events throughout the year; Warwick Castle for lots of family fun and Blenheim Palace. The Cotswolds, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, is also within a short drive, where you’ll marvel at the pretty towns and villages the area has on offer.£59From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Malvern, EnglandNestled beautifully in the scenic Worcestershire countryside with uninterrupted views of the iconic Malvern Hills, this well-presented detached lodge is located on a working equestrian farm and offers the perfect base for couples or family looking for a leisurely retreat whatever time of year you choose to visit.
The Pavilion has been carefully renovated with you in mind offering spacious living areas, sumptuous bedrooms featuring en-suite bathrooms and a well equipped kitchen with all amenities including a dishwasher. Outside, the enclosed garden and terrace overlooking the equestrian arena, amongst the backdrop of the beautiful Malvern Hills, makes the perfect place to kick back and unwind with a glass of wine following a busy day’s exploration.
The property is located in the grounds of Hillview Arena and Stables, and you are directly beside a bridle path. The owners offer riding holidays by prior arrangement. Here, your horse can be accommodated during your stay at the cottage, in the 12x12 stables or fenced turnout area. You would also have access to use of the two arenas and show jumps. If you are interested in bringing your horse along for the fun, please call the owner to discuss.
Picturesque scenery and scenic walks unfold from your doorstep making it a natural playground for walkers, nature enthusiasts and mountain bikers alike. Conveniently located between the three counties of Herefordshire, Worcestershire and Gloucestershire, you’ll be able to find lots of popular destinations all within an easy drive. These include the charming market towns of Ledbury, Worcester, Tewkesbury and Cheltenham, all featuring a plethora of independent gift shops, highly-acclaimed restaurants, traditional pubs and bustling markets as well as many majestic sites dotted around the rolling countryside. Come and explore this lovely corner of Worcestershire for yourself, you will not be disappointed. Shop, pub and restaurant 1 mile.
This property can be booked for long lets.£58From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Worcester, EnglandWelcome to Shrubbery Avenue, a charming holiday let that seamlessly blends comfort, convenience, and character.
Nestled in the heart of an area renowned for its canal walks and cycle routes, this property is the perfect retreat for those seeking a delightful mix of outdoor adventures and urban amenities. As you step inside, the ground floor welcomes you with a cosy sitting room designed for relaxation. Sink into plush furnishings while enjoying your favorite shows on the Smart TV, or gather around the open fire for a warm and inviting atmosphere. The large dining room is a masterpiece in itself, boasting a generously yet another open fire, a large dining table, and an ornate wine glass chandelier that adds a touch of elegance and fun to every meal. The galley kitchen on the same floor is a culinary haven, equipped with all modern conveniences and a convenient breakfast bar. Whether you’re preparing a hearty breakfast before a day of exploration or whipping up a gourmet dinner, this kitchen is sure to meet all your culinary needs.
Adjacent to it, a convenient utility room with a washing machine proves to be an ideal space for storing biking and hiking equipment after a day of outdoor adventures. Moving to the first floor, you’ll discover a master en-suite shower room. The king-size bed promises a restful night’s sleep, setting the stage for a perfect start to each day. The second bedroom, also featuring a king-size bed, invites you to indulge in sumptuous bedding and linens, creating a haven of comfort. The third bedroom offers a charming small double bed, completing the accommodation options on this floor. A well-appointed family bathroom caters to the needs of all guests. Venture up to the second-floor attic room, a versatile space with two single beds that can be seamlessly transformed into a king-size bed upon request. This room offers flexibility for various group configurations, ensuring a comfortable stay for everyone. As you step outside, a delightful courtyard garden awaits, providing a tranquil escape. Take a seat, relax, and enjoy the surroundings, or fire up the barbecue for a memorable al fresco dining experience. The perfect finale to a day filled with exploration and relaxation.
Shrubbery Avenue base for those seeking outdoor adventures through its scenic canal walks and cycling routes, all of which are right on your doorstep. Additionally, it serves as a perfect hub for those keen on exploring local gramma, theatres, bustling shopping districts, and lively bars. Embrace the best of both worlds – a cosy retreat that feels like home, while also being perfectly situated to unlock a myriad of enriching experiences. However, if you choose to spend your time whilst in glorious Worcestershire, Shrubbery Avenue is sure not to disappoint.£148From price per night based on 7 night stay
- North Littleton, EnglandThis converted, detached Cotswold stone barn in the Vale of Evesham would be a perfect base for exploring the North Cotswolds. It is just a short drive from many attractions, including Broadway, Stratford-upon-Avon and several NT properties, including the ancient ’Fleece Inn’ at Bretforton. The barn has an attractive décor and features a galleried bedroom. This cottage is the ideal location for a romantic and relaxing holiday away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Shop 1 mile, pub 0.25 miles, restaurant 4 miles.£85From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Worcester, EnglandDiglis Lock Cottage is a unique, 3-bedroom home within central Worcester which sits gloriously on its own private island. It’s ideal for a family, friends, and a couples’ holiday to Worcestershire. This unique holiday home is a Grade II listed building and one of three lock keepers’ cottages built in 1844. Restored to retain its historical importance as a landmark of Worcester, it is beautifully appointed inside and out.
On the ground floor you will find a reception/sitting room, cosy living room, hallway, and kitchen-diner. The kitchen is fully equipped with all essentials, and a patio door leads out onto the rear garden overlooking the river. There is a deluxe bathroom found on the ground floor, boasting a free-standing, roll-top tub with shower. On the first floor there are three sumptuous bedrooms; a large master suite and a double room that interconnects to the third bedroom with two single beds, ideal if you are travelling with children or friends. Outside you have a front to back wrap around garden to enjoy.
The property is nestled on an island in the middle of the River Severn, directly overlooking the only pair of river locks in the country, with fantastic up river views of Worcester Cathedral, local wildlife, passing boaters and, in the summer, water activities including kayaking and stand up paddleboarding. Since the cottage is on an island, views of the River Weir and Diglis fish pass are to the rear.
The accommodation is a 15-minute riverside stroll along Severn Way, passing by the cathedral and riverside ice cream vendors to Worcester’s many restaurants, bars, art galleries, cinemas, museums, and shopping opportunities. A 20-minute walk takes you to further historical sights, pubs, boutique shopping and eateries in Worcester’s most historic medieval street - Friar Street. Worcester racecourse and cricket club are also within easy walking distance, and a number of arranged walks start nearby, including the Worcester Walk which starts outside the accommodation.
The property is conveniently located near train stations, with Foregate Street and Shrub Hill both around 30 minutes’ away by foot. Should you wish to travel further, Cheltenham Racecourse is 25 miles away, Stratford-upon-Avon 32 miles, and Birmingham airport 36 miles.£97From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Malvern, EnglandSituated in rural Worcestershire, this beautiful, detached holiday cottage is set in the picturesque village of Baughton. It is the perfect location for guests wishing to enjoy some peace and quiet, and also for walkers as there are miles of public footpaths that pass through the village, leading to some of the most magnificent unspoilt countryside.
You enter the property straight into the open plan living, kitchen and dining space. The kitchen area is contemporary and well-equipped with a built-in dishwasher. In the living space is a Smart TV and an electric wood burner, the perfect combination for cosy nights in with a good film. Also on the ground floor is a bathroom with both a shower cubicle and a large bath.
Upstairs are two comfortable bedrooms, both with a light and airy feel thanks to the large windows that offer wonderful views of the Malvern Hills. The master bedroom has a double bed and the second bedroom is a twin room, making Little Vines the ideal choice for a small family. The outside space is a generously sized private garden with a patio, garden furniture and a lawned area.
Close by are a number of local towns and attractions including Croome Court, Upton-upon-Severn for its annual festivals of jazz, blues, folk and the Sunshine Festival, The Malvern Hills and Cheltenham Racecourse, 19 miles away. A wide range of outdoor pursuits are available locally including golf, cycling, horse riding, boating and rambling. There is also a theatre, shops and a swimming pool in nearby Malvern which can be reached within a 15-minute drive. After a busy day of exploration, enjoy a meal at the fine dining pub less than a minutes’ walk away. Shop 1¾ miles, pub and restaurant 170 yards.£66From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Worcester, EnglandSwallow Cottage is a two bedroomed cottage both with en-suite bathrooms and is perfectly located for all amenities. If you prefer the quiet night in, then please make use of the fully equipped kitchen to make a lovely meal. Once eaten, you can then just kick back and relax for the evening in front of the TV. Outside there is ample parking with a private driveway, and well-maintained gardens that you can walk around and explore all that this property has to offer.
Set in the beautiful Worcestershire countryside between the rolling hills of the borders and the West Midlands industrial heartlands, you get the best both of worlds staying at Swallow Cottage. If you are looking for a local place to eat and drink then why not try the local pubs both within walking distance. Boasting excellent connectivity to the Midland’s motorway network and proximity to many of the region’s attractions, as well as rural tranquillity, this property is a gem of a venue. In the local area there are lots of things to explore and find, depending on your tastes and needs. Within easy reach is the West Midland Safari Park, Hartlebury Castle, Bewdley Museum, Harvington Hall, Severn Valley Railway and the Wyre Forest Leisure Centre.
This property can be booking together with The Granary Villa (UK42287) to accommodate up to 16 guests£137From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Malvern, EnglandLocated moments away from the stunning Malvern Hills, Learpool Barn sits in a private and rural location in Welland on the edge of Castlemorton Common. This six-bedroom barn conversion, set in five acres of land, is the perfect location to escape to as a group to celebrate at, or simply relax in. This property is perfect for families or friends to get together. Inside, the beautiful barn conversation features a full well-equipped kitchen, impressive living room, the hall with wood burner and a full spa consisting of Jacuzzi, sauna and steam room. Outside you will be able to enjoy the spacious mature gardens, tennis court and hot tub.
The thriving village of Welland lies south-east of the magnificent Malvern Hills in Worcestershire, with a post office, village shop and its very own family-run vineyard, producing award-winning wines which can be purchased directly from the owners. Castlemorton Common provides many lovely walks and cycle rides, part of which is a designated site of special scientific interest due to its vast array of wildlife, flora and fauna.
The beautiful Worcestershire town of Malvern dates to the Bronze Age and is situated on the eastern side of the dramatic Malvern Hills. An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the hills form a nine-mile range of ancient rock, which offers one hundred miles of footpaths and bridleways with natural springs and long-distance views in all directions. The town holds antiques fairs, WI country markets, farmers’ markets and many auctions throughout the year, as well as the Great Malvern Food Festival in June. The Malvern Theatre welcomes productions from the West End and the Royal Shakespeare Company, so why not take a trip to the theatre? Fishing and river cruises are available nearby and there are National Trust properties and gardens to visit in the area. Malvern has many individual shops, cafés, art galleries, restaurants, a luxurious spa, and is also home to the Three Counties Showground. It is the home of the Morgan car, which makes this area popular with enthusiasts.
The pretty town of Upton-upon-Severn lies on the banks of the River Severn and boasts a variety of delightful 17th-century buildings and attractive shops, including The Pudding Shop, traditional inns, cafés and its very own museum. It also plays host to many annual festivals, including jazz, folk and blues festivals, as well as the Sunshine Music Festival. This small, thriving town has its own marina, a vineyard and a well-stocked farm shop at the local fruit farm, plus the town’s medieval church, which is now a heritage centre, is topped by a striking 18th-century cupola, known locally as The Pepperpot. The picturesque Forest of Dean, with its range of attractions, is only 30 miles away, and the cathedral city of Worcester and waterfront city of Gloucester are also close by.£298From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Malvern, EnglandSituated on a former Dairy Farm with panoramic views of the Malvern Hills, Bredon Hill and the Cotswolds, The Old Dairy is a former milking parlour which has been recently restored and furnished to a very high standard. All on one level with easy access, spacious living area and well equipped kitchen.
The Old Dairy has direct access too footpaths with Castlemorton common and the Malvern Hills a short distance away, this is a paradise for walkers and lovers of beautiful, unspoilt countryside. For those who would like to enjoy the bridleways, there is also stabling available for your horse The pretty town of Upton upon Severn is 3 miles away with speciality shops, Riverside pubs and restaurants as well as regular music festivals during the year. There are also pubs in the local area serving excellent food. The Three Counties Showground, host to a variety of events throughout the year is a short drive away as are the towns of Great Malvern with its Festival Theatre, Tewkesbury and Ledbury.
Other nearby attractions are the National Trust Croome Estate and Eastnor Castle. Cheltenham, the centre of the Cotswolds, renowned for it literary, music and science festival as well as it’s famous racecourse, is an easy drive away. On racing days, avoid traffic by taking the train from Tewkesbury and boarding a Race day bus. Whatever you interests there is plenty to do at The Old Dairy or just relax and enjoy the peace and quiet with a glass of wine.£51From price per night based on 7 night stay