Bed and breakfasts are fast becoming the popular choice when it comes to Cotswold stays. It is a cost effective option which offers a more personal holiday experience for you and your dog. B&B owners are often resourceful in local knowledge and can help you get the most out of your Cotswold break. With our encyclopedic list of dog friendly B&B's there is no limit to where you can stay.
Discover a charming Cotswolds bed & breakfast. Set in the heart of the Cotswolds, near Cheltenham, it's the ideal base for relaxing and exploring the area. It's back gate also leads directly on to Cleeve Common, the highest point in the Cotswolds. Dogs are welcome by prior arrangement.
Family run Cotswolds B&B on the edge of the River Thames perfect for swimming in Buscot Weir Pool or walking along the Thames Path or taking a boat down the River. Close to Oxford, Cheltenham, Cirencester and lots of historic houses such as Buscot Park, Kelmscott Manor and Blenheim Palace on our door step not to mention Badbury Clump and White Horse Hill for Ridgeway Walks and views. Please do give us a call for more information 07973831690
This conveniently located B & B is 2 minutes walk from the beautiful high street with its abundance of tearooms and pubs. Well behaved dogs at welcome with their own bedding.
Situated in the heart of Woodstock, The Marlborough Arms is a beautiful 15th Century coaching inn that overlooks the town’s historical streets.
Toghill House Farm is a beautiful historic guesthouse and working farm on the edge of the Cotswolds. They offer inviting and comfortable bed and breakfast accommodation in a building steeped in character and history on the outskirts of Bath.
Two luxurious widebeam boats; Premier Cru and Grand Cru are available for your exclusive use; you will have the whole boat to yourselves. The price includes all the full English breakfast provisions, tea, fresh coffee and a bottle of wine.
Forthay is a 17th century grade 2 listed farmhouse made out of Cotswold stone bursting with character and charm. It is set in an idyllic location in the rural hamlet of Forthay, an area of outstanding natural beauty overlooked by Tyndale Monument on the Cotswold Way.