Dog-friendly Wiltshire

Full of rural charm and spectacular scenery, and home to the World Heritage site at Stonehenge, Wiltshire is a truly memorable place to visit. Within the bustling, historic towns are a collection of equally memorable dog-friendly cottages, hotels and bnb's.
  • The Old Smithy, WiltshireInstant Book Overlay ImageNew In Overlay Image
    Trowbridge, England
    This inviting property, comfortably accommodating up to five guests and your fury friend, exudes warmth and character, boasting rustic beams that tell tales of its storied past. Indulge in the unique blend of history and comfort that The Old Smithy offers, creating lasting memories in a setting that feels like a true home away from home.
    As you step into the ground floor, you’ll find a cosy living area with exposed brickwork and equipped with a Smart TV for your entertainment. The open-plan kitchen and dining room creates a convivial space, ideal for shared meals and leisurely gatherings. Through the kitchen, the enclosed garden awaits, offering a spot for al fresco moments with outdoor seating to enjoy the fresh country air. Ascending to the first floor, discover the thoughtfully arranged sleeping quarters. A kingsize bedroom awaits, complemented by a snug single bedroom. The family bathroom, complete with both a bath and a shower cubicle, provides a private oasis for relaxation. Venturing up to the second floor, a spacious kingsize bedroom welcomes you with open arms. The attic setting adds a touch of seclusion, ensuring a peaceful night’s rest.
    Embark on a week of exploration, starting with the enchanting Georgian Bath just 14 miles away. Discover Roman baths, pump rooms, Pultney Bridge, and The Royal Crescent. Nearby Bradford upon Avon showcases Saxon, medieval, and Tudor heritage. The surrounding countryside is a haven for walkers and cyclists, offering numerous trails leading to National Trust properties like Lacock Abbey, Fox Talbot Museum, Stourhead, and Dyrham Park. Within 13 miles lies the captivating Longleat Safari and Adventure Park, a delightful experience for all ages. The Old Smithy provides a perfect base for accessing major attractions such as Longleat, Stonehenge, Glastonbury, Salisbury, Cotswold Water Park, Bowood, Devizes, Weston-Super-Mare, Wells, Cheddar Gorge, and Wookey Hole.
    £117
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  • The Old Stables, WiltshireInstant Book Overlay Image
    In the glorious setting of the Cotswold Hills, this beautifully converted old stables makes an ideal base for exploring a myriad of fascinating attractions including the elegant city of Bath, 20 miles, Westonbirt Arboretum and the antique shops of Tetbury. Adjoining the owners’ home, it sits on their working farm in the attractive village of Sherston just 0.25 miles from shops and inns serving food and 5 miles from Malmesbury’s good shops, gardens and abbey. Cotswold Water Park is within easy reach and Broadway, Stow-on-the-Wold, Burford, Bibury and Oxford are all well worth a visit as are Lacock Abbey and Dyrham Park (NT). Swindon’s famous railway museum and outlet shopping are 20 miles.
    £77
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  • Abbotts Ball Farm, WiltshireInstant Book Overlay Image
    This spacious semi-detached holiday cottage is attached to the farmhouse on a small holding and livery yard on the edge of the village of Pottern. It is situated on a peaceful bridleway with a private patio. Behind the cottage is a ¼ acre playing and seating area with glorious views towards Salisbury Plain. Visit Stonehenge, Avebury and the lovely National Trust village of Lacock, all only 20 minutes away or Longleat, Bath and Salisbury within ½ an hour. The New Forest, The Cotswolds and Glastonbury are approx 1 hour’s drive. Village shop ¾ mile, post office and pub ½ mile.
    £64
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  • Avebury Cottage, WiltshireInstant Book Overlay Image
    Marlborough, England
    This Grade II listed detached thatched cottage is situated in the churchyard overlooking St James Church and Avebury Manor, and is within a few minutes’ walk from the Neolithic Avebury Stone Circle. The cottage dates from at least 1724 and was built with a timber frame and wattle and daub construction. It has a thatched roof, original low beamed ceilings and is painted with lime wash throughout. The living room hosts a wood burner. The original property was extended at both ends and became two cottages, and in the 1970s the current owner reverted it back to one larger cottage. It is set away from the High Street in a very quiet position, with a private garden where you can relax and enjoy the ambience of this mystical village (please note the garden may not be completely dog proof).
    The UNESCO World Heritage Site and National Trust village of Avebury has a manor house and gardens to explore along an archeology museum detailing the history of the stone circle and surrounding area. There are several walks from Avebury including well-marked footpaths to Silbury Hill, Windmill Hill, West Kennet Long Barrow and the Ridgeway. The White Horse Trail also passes through the village, as does the National Cycle Network route 403.
    The historic market town of Devizes is a 15 minute drive away with the Kennet and Avon Canal and Caen Hill flight of locks to visit and you can also take in a tour of the Wadsworth Brewery. Beautiful Marlborough is also a 15 minute drive away, with interesting shops to visit on the wide High Street. Savernake Forest is a further 5 minutes drive from Marlborough, dating back to pre-Tudor times there are 4,500 acres of woods to explore.
    Further afield there is the city of Bath to visit along with the Roman Baths and the American Museum. For more ancient monuments, Stonehenge and museum is not to be missed. Other National Trust sites nearby are the gardens at Stourhead, the house and deer park of Dyrham and the historic Abbey and village of Lacock, home of the birthplace of photography and the setting for many films, including Harry Potter. The pub and community shop are a 5 minute walk away and the nearest supermarkets are in Marlborough and Devizes.
    £91
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  • Oakfield, WiltshireInstant Book Overlay Image
    Salisbury, England
    Oakfield is a wonderful house that offers ideal accommodation for families or friends to use as a relaxed weekend bolthole, but is also ideally located to use as a base for a longer stay from which to explore this wonderful part of Wiltshire. The property itself provides 3 bedrooms, a kingsize, twin and a double room with a small double bed suitable for one person. Along with this there are 3 bathrooms, a good sized living/dining room with smart TV along with a well fitted kitchen along with a utility room, outside a fully enclosed garden is perfect for kids and dogs to run around in safety.
    The village itself is well served with a well-stocked Coop shop and a village pub, both just a short stroll from the house. Shrewton is perfectly located to explore the vast wildlife haven that is Salisbury Plain. The impressive Neolithic stones of Stonehenge are a short drive away as is the stunning Cathedral City of Salisbury and is well worth a visit with a fabulous selection of independent shops, pubs and eateries and of course the impressive cathedral. For the perfect family trip Longleat House and Safari Park is just half an hour’s drive away and is certain to impress guests of all ages. A little further afield, the stunning city of Bath famous for its Spa and majestic Royal Crescent is well worth a trip. Whatever you reason for choosing Oakfield, we are certain this holiday home and setting will have you longing to return.
    £77
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  • Mortimer Cottage, WiltshireInstant Book Overlay Image
    Marlborough, England
    Set in an idyllic location, Mortimer Cottage is a 17th-century, Grade II listed, thatched cottage. It lies in the centre of the picturesque village of Wootton Rivers, just 5 miles from the delightful market town of Marlborough. Since the property was originally two cottages, there are two steep staircases which lead to the first floor, accessed via the dining room and living room. On the ground floor, this detached cottage has a spacious open plan kitchen/dining area with breakfast bar, a living room with wood burner for the winter evenings, a utility area and shower room. The first floor, with low ceilings, has a master bedroom with kingsize bed, an adjoining room featuring a day bed, and a second bedroom with twin beds. The period-style bathroom, featuring a luxurious, roll-top bath and twin basins, is in the middle of the first floor at the top of the stairs. Outside is a private courtyard garden with comfortable seating and driveway parking for two small cars or one large car.

    This thatched cottage offers a warm welcome for those seeking a slice of period charm. It is such a pretty cottage that as soon as you approach it, you are sure to feel the stresses and strains of everyday life slip from your shoulders. Perfect for a family of five and a four-legged friend.

    Wootton Rivers is a sought-after village with a thatched pub just opposite Mortimer Cottage, and the village also offers extensive footpaths and opportunities for cyclists and walkers. With the Kennet and Avon canal being a short walk away as well as many other countryside walks. Avebury is 5 miles away, as is the centre of Marlborough 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. The M4 is within easy reach, Hungerford is 12½ miles east and there is a regular train service from Pewsey to Paddington in just 65 minutes; a car is essential when visiting Mortimer Cottage, which is the perfect base from which to explore all that Wiltshire and The Cotswolds have to offer.
    £148
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  • Trapps Cottage, WiltshireInstant Book Overlay Image
    Located in the pretty hamlet of Haxton, lying on the edge of the Salisbury Plain, Trapps Cottage is a charming, Grade II listed cottage full of character with oak beamed ceilings and cob walls. You will enter the property into the lovely living/dining room, there is an impressive inglenook fireplace with a feature wood burner, not to be used, a Smart TV and the dining area has French doors that lead into the south facing garden. The kitchen is fully equipped with a Rayburn Aga for cooking, and there is a good range of appliances, perfect for cooking up a home cooked meal after a busy day exploring. Next to the kitchen is the utility room with stable door leading to the garden and a downstairs bathroom with shower.
    As the property was originally two cottages there are two staircases, the stairs are steep and there are low ceilings. The staircase from the living/dining room leads to the spacious landing with master bedroom and family bathroom, whilst the second staircase leads to a single bedroom and another large room with kingsize bed, and a small opening passage to the master bedroom.
    With walks on your doorstep across fields and rivers, Trapps Cottage is the perfect place to get away with friends and family. If you fancy a day out why not visit one of the many attractions close by, Stonehenge is 8 miles and Avebury is 16½ miles. There is a local convenience store and pub within a 10-minute walk.
    £141
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