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    Pawsquad Vet Line Access
  • 2 Bedrooms
    2 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 4
    Sleeps 4
  • Bathrooms 2
    Bathrooms 2
  • Three dogs welcome
    Three dogs welcome
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About this property

For dogs seeking rest and relaxation among the ancient woods, picturesque moors, and windswept beaches of the stunning Quantock Hills, this inviting, dog-friendly cottage comes highly recommended. With its warm decor and remarkable location, Greenway Cottage can’t be beat, providing an excellent base to begin your exploration of scenic Somerset. The cottage features some incredible facilities, including a wood-burning fire, spacious bedrooms, and a large, enclosed garden, where four-legged guests can roam free. While Fido explores the bustling garden, you can recline on the terrace with a glass of champers, or slink into your private hot tub - ideal for starry Spring nights. With over 9,000 acres of moorland right on your doorstep, you’ll have endless opportunities for scenic strolls, and Kilve beach is just 1.5 miles away, where you can scavenge for ancient fossils with your furry friend by your side. 

Dine with Your Dog

The large open-plan kitchen is fully-equipped, allowing you to whip up delicious meals with ease. You can enjoy your meals at the dining table, or make use of the spacious garden, where you’ll find several comfy seating areas. The pleasant local villages are chock full of dog-friendly pubs and eateries to sniff out, such as the cosy Hood Arms where a tasty menu of hearty grub is available. Fyne Court Tea Room in Broomfield is a pleasant dog-friendly café where you can enjoy a tasty cream tea, or you can venture further afield to Bristol for more doggie dinner options. The Prince Street Social is great for a casual meal, and the quirky Chance & Counters Café is a cosy spot where you can trial more than 800 different board games!

Bow wow factor

Your dog will adore the agility course, and they can spruce up in the doggie spa after a lengthy day of exploring the stunning Quantocks.

Need to know

Car Parking
Car Parking
Coastal
Coastal
Dine With Pet
Dine With Pet
Enclosed Garden/Patio
Enclosed Garden/Patio
Garden Or Patio
Garden Or Patio
Hot Tub
Hot Tub
Pub Within 1 Mile
Pub Within 1 Mile
Rural
Rural
WiFi
WiFi
Grouped Properties
Grouped Properties

Bedrooms & Suites

With two spacious double bedrooms, Greenway provides plenty of space for you and your furry friend to stretch out. You’ll have super king-size beds to slip into, and two en-suite showerooms to indulge in. Alongside cosy leather sofas, the sizable lounge contains a smart television and a wood-burning stove, making it an ideal spot to enjoy a relaxing evening. You’ll also have a fully-equipped, open-plan kitchen and dining area, but the true pièce de résistance has got to be the large, enclosed garden. Four-legged guests will love exploring the garden, and there’s even a special agility course for extra sporty dogs to trial. As if these fantastic dog-friendly facilities weren’t enough, there’s also an outdoor doggie spa, where hounds can wash their paws after a lengthy day of exploring. While Fido roams the garden, you can recline by the fire pit with some bubbly and marvel at the views of the Quantock Hills, or slink into the private hot tub for a romantic evening stargazing.

Dog-Friendly Nearby

The nation’s first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the stunning Quantock Hills provide endless opportunities for scenic walks and offer plenty of cracking sights to sniff out. You’ll have 9,000 acres of striking moors right on your doorstep, as well as whimsical woodlands and windswept beaches to discover. Head to Woodland Hill or Staple Plain for a relaxing stroll, or ramble down to the dramatic Kilve Beach - just 1.5 miles away - where you can scavenge for Jurassic fossils with your furry friend. There are plenty of historic sights in Somerset for you to uncover, from the impressive Wells Cathedral to the gothic ruins of Glastonbury Abbey. No trip to Somerset would be complete without a visit to Glastonbury Tor, a mythic site providing visitors with unparalleled views over the scenic surrounds. You could even venture further afield to Bristol, easily accessible by car, for city thrills.
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