The 10 Most Dog-Friendly Hotels In The Cotswolds To Visit On Your Next Break

When it comes to planning a holiday with your canine companion, the Cotswolds, a region famed for its quintessential English charm, natural beauty, and enchanting stone villages, has much to offer.

With its extensive walking trails and dog-friendly attractions, this region provides the perfect setting for a break with your furry friend.

Dog-Friendly Hotels in the Cotswolds

To help you find the perfect spot to stay, we have gathered a list of ten of the most dog-friendly hotels in the Cotswolds.

Keep reading to find the perfect hotel for you and your pooch.

1. Lords of the Manor, Upper Slaughter

Set in one of the Cotswold’s prettiest villages, Lords of the Manor epitomizes the country-house experience.

This 17th-century rectory-turned-hotel accepts dogs in specific rooms; what’s more, your pooch will be welcomed with a comfortable best and some tasty treats.

Humans and dogs alike are bound to enjoy this hotel’s eight acres of landscaped gardens and parkland.

For just £30 per night, you and your dog can enjoy the luxuries that Lords of the Manor has to offer.

2. The Fish Hotel, Broadway

Occupying a 400-acre Farncombe Estate, The Fish Hotel seamlessly blends the rustic charm of the Cotswolds with modern design and comfort.

The hotel’s dog-friendly amenities include a dog bed, bowls, a doggy towel, and some lip-smacking treats. Plus, there’s a spa for you!

An abundance of trails leads from the hotel into the stunning Cotswold landscape, making it a true haven for nature-loving dogs and their owners.

You can stay at the Fish Hotel with one medium-sized dog, or two small dogs, for £30 per dog.

3. The Swan Hotel, Bibury

The Swan Hotel, located in the charming village of Bibury, is known for its hospitality and stunning views of the River Coln.

The surrounding area boasts plenty of walking trails, where you and your pet can enjoy the scenic Cotswold landscape.

Dogs are welcomed in select rooms and can accompany their owners in the hotel’s garden and bar, but they are understandably not allowed in the restaurant.

The hotel provides pet beds and bowls for your four-legged friends. We love that they also offer each doggy a sausage for breakfast.

Staying at The Swan Hotel with your pooch will cost you an additional £20 per night for the first dog, and an extra £10 for an additional dog.

4. The Lygon Arms, Broadway

With its rich heritage dating back to the 14th century, The Lygon Arms provides a blend of traditional Cotswold stone and Elizabethan timber.

Its location in Broadway Village, with its charming shops and eateries, makes for a delightful stroll with your pet.

The hotel features a range of dog-friendly rooms where you can stay with your pooch for £25 per night per dog. A specially-designed doggy menu is also available for your pooch’s dining needs.

Your doggy will be provided with a cozy bed, bowls, and a tasty treat. We love that this hotel also has a muddy paws station so you can wash off your mucky pup after a busy day exploring the Cotswolds.

5. The Old Stocks Inn, Stow-on-the-Wold

In the historic market town of Stow-on-the-Wold, you’ll find The Old Stocks Inn, a charming boutique hotel that welcomes dogs.

The surrounding Cotswold scenery provides the perfect backdrop for lovely walks with your pet.

Your four-legged companion is allowed in specific rooms and can accompany you to the outdoor dining area, the bar, and the library.

For £15 per dog per night, the Inn provides a dog bed and a bowl, and a warm welcome.

6. The Wild Rabbit, Kingham

The Wild Rabbit seamlessly blends traditional British elements with modern luxury – with a quintessentially English name to boot!

Dog beds are provided on request, and pooches are welcome in a variety of cottages and garden rooms for £15 per doggy, per night.

You can enjoy time with your pooch on the front and back terrace, in the bar area, in the Old Spt courtyard, in the Legbar café, and in the courtyard.

Set in the tranquil village of Kingham, the hotel offers numerous rural walking paths.

Be sure to try the locally-sourced organic food at their restaurant, which features ingredients from the Daylesford farm.

7. Ellenborough Park, Cheltenham

Ellenborough Park is a 15th-century manor house offering a luxurious getaway.

The hotel boasts 12 dog-friendly rooms, and we adore that it also has 4 Pooch Bedrooms, which have their own enclosed garden.

While staying here with your pooch, you can indulge in the hotel’s exceptional facilities, such as a relaxing spa, an outdoor heated pool, or the thrill of horse racing at the nearby Cheltenham Racecourse.

And your doggy can enjoy a delicious range of food, including dinners, treats, drinks, and even doggy tapas! They can also visit the doggy spa for a proper pamper.

Staying at Ellenborough Park with your dog will cost an extra £30 per dog per night.

8. The Bay Tree Hotel, Burford

Set in the picturesque town of Burford, The Bay Tree Hotel offers a variety of dog-friendly rooms.

With plenty of walks nearby, including the stunning Windrush Valley, you and your dog can enjoy the perfect Cotswold experience.

For £20 per night, your best friend can enjoy a cozy bed, a water bowl, and a delicious sausage for breakfast.

9. The Bear of Rodborough Hotel, Stroud

Set amidst 300 acres of National Trust land, The Bear of Rodborough Hotel allows dogs in a good selection of their rooms for just £20 per night.

The location offers countless dog-friendly walking trails with stunning views of the surrounding Cotswold hills.

10. Cotswold House Hotel & Spa, Chipping Campden

The Cotswold House Hotel & Spa in Chipping Campden offers a selection of dog-friendly garden rooms, allowing your pet easy access to the outdoors.

The hotel’s doggy guests receive a welcome pack, including treats, a dog bed, and bowls.

There are numerous dog-friendly walking trails nearby, with maps available from reception.

In Summary

With these ten dog-friendly hotels, you can ensure that your next trip to the Cotswolds will be as enjoyable for your pet as it will be for you.

Our favorite from the list above has to be Ellensborough Park, which offers luxury for you and your pooch, but each of the listed hotels offers a unique blend of comfort, charm, and convenience, making it easy to find the perfect accommodation to suit your needs.

Next, take a look at our top picks for hotels for you and your dog in Cornwall, or take a look at where to stay in the New Forest.

Alex Kallen

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