You may have heard about the Cotswolds reputation for delivering an excellent dining experience. With award winning chefs, the region is home to some of the most prestigious Michelin star restaurants, bistros and gastropubs around. Ranging from traditional to a contemporary setting, there's a glut of eating options to suit you and your canine companion.
A characterful inn in the centre of historic Cirencester. Offering locally sourced food, real ales and a warm welcome to all.
StarBistro is a joint venture between The Wiggly Worm and National Star that offers young people with disabilities the chance to gain real work experience within a bustling dining environment.
Your dog will receive a warm welcome and might even choose to snuggle in one of the fluffy dog beds in the bar at England’s Oldest Hotel - the Grade 1 listed The Old Bell Hotel.
Set in the picturesque and quaint Village of Selsley, The Bell Inn is a 16th Century grade two listed, Cotswold Inn. Your friendly country pub with rooms. Serving real ales, locally-sourced food and seasonal game.
The Falcon Restaurant, Painswick has much to offer. Tasty treats are available at any time of the day. Dogs are more than welcome in the bar area for breakfast/lunch and dinner.
The Mayfield House Hotel is the perfect spot to relax, unwind and explore. Dogs are welcome in the lounge, bar & snug but not in the Restaurant however restaurant menu may be taken in the Snug.
The Speech House Hotel, is a former 17th century hunting lodge set in the heart of the idyllic Royal Forest of Dean. Well behaved dogs welcome in the Orangery, Garden & Bar.
The Trouble House offer fabulous food, delicious desserts and cakes, and a great selection of wines and beer. A range of different menus are available including breakfast, lunch and dinner for Friday and Saturday nights. Well behaved dogs are welcome and there is a great garden the kids can have a run about in.
Occupying a stylishly designed four-storey Georgian Townhouse in the heart of Bath, The Porter is different: different on every level. A place where you can eat, drink, work and play.
The Lygon Arms is a 16th century former coaching inn set in three acres of picturesque grounds. Although pets cannot join you in The Great Hall restaurant or Barrington's they are more than welcome to dine with you in The Courtyard Terrace, bar and lounges.
Nestled in the heart of Stow-on-the-Wold, The Old Stocks Inn is a recently refurbished 17th-century coaching inn. Dogs are welcome in the bar, garden and library.
The King William have been serving great British food in Bath for the last 9 years. Alongside 4 real ales, over 30 craft beers and an amazing selection of wines.
This spacious but cosy Inn offers 5, AA 4 star en-suite rooms and the best award winning food and drink that the south west have to offer. Dogs are very welcome, so bring your companion along to stay and enjoy some of the best dog walking the countryside has to offer.
The Garrick's Head pub and dining room was the former home of Beau Nash; unsurprisingly, it's a grand building with stately proportions.
Three Ways House Hotel celebrate great British food, surrounded by wonderful countryside of the Cotswolds. It is a great place to relax, take a weekend walking in the Cotswolds or celebrate great British puddings in the award winning restaurant.
St Paul's Fish Bar is a traditional fish & chip shop in St Paul's. Opposite Francis Close Campus entrance. Takeaway and eat in options available.
The Kings Hotel is a charming 18th century town house boasting distinctive and stylish accommodation. Sympathetic and careful renovation means you can enjoy all the modern day comforts you need, yet still soak up the character and history of a Cotswold stone building.