Are you a cultural connoisseur? Then throw yourself into the heart of the Cotswolds with a stay at a traditional Inn. These places will not only welcome your dog but be well situated, provide good local food favourites and traditional beverages. A convenient and authentic Cotswold indulgence for you and your dog.
A cosy country inn nestled deep within the stunning Cotswold countryside. Located a stone's throw from Bath, Bristol and Cheltenham, offering charming bedrooms and two self-catering cottages. Part of 'Best pub of The Year 2016' by The Good Pub Guide.
A Grade II listed 400 year old house in the heart of the Cotswolds is home to a restaurant and country inn. Dogs are more than welcome in the bar area of the inn. The Seagrave Arms is part of 'Best pub of The Year 2016' by The Good Pub Guide.
A Free House with just six bedrooms, the Trout is a destination in its own right, with riverside walks and berthing for up to six boats – a real 'escape from it all' location. Part of 'Best pub of The Year 2016' by The Good Pub Guide.
This beautiful dog-friendly inn is renowned for its stunning interiors, wisteria-clad garden and exquisite cuisine.
The Wychwood Inn is an award winning, family run restaurant, hotel and pub located in the picturesque village of Shipton-under-Wychwood. Well-behaved dogs welcome in the bar.
Dogs are made to feel welcome at The Amberley Inn where they offer 13 beautifully appointed rooms for accommodation. In addition the inn also offers bar and restaurant areas.
The Fleece Inn is a pub steeped in history, originally built in the early 15th century, and bequeathed to the National Trust in 1977.
The Fox at Chipping Norton is a 16th century inn sitting in the heart of Cotswold’s market town Chipping Norton. Owned by local brewery Hook Norton, the Fox underwent a huge transformation in late 2016.
Horse and Groom sits atop a hill looking out onto rolling Cotswolds countryside and rows of honey-hued 17th and 18th Century buildings.
The Killingworth Castle dates from 1637 and is situated two miles from Blenheim Palace and Woodstock in a lovely village called Wootton by Woodstock. It’s the perfect place to explore the North Oxfordshire Cotswolds countryside.
Nestling in the Cotswold village of Frampton Mansell lies the Crown Inn. A seventeenth century 'cider house' that is steeped in history and is, quite simply, a perfect village pub. Dogs in rooms £5 per night.
Sitting in the hamlet of Ford, this popular 16th Century Inn is renowned for its excellent menu, serving fresh local produce and fine Donnington Ales. Dogs strictly by prior arrangment.
The Red Lion are proud to offer dog-friendly accommodation and will treat your loyal companion to plenty of fuss and a treat on arrival. They will also provide a dog bowl, dog towel and mat to ensure their stay is comfortable! Please note that s small paw-print charge of £10 per dog per night.
The Highway Inn is set in the middle of the bustling village of Burford and offer 3 dog friendly rooms. As a result it is important to check availability prior to booking. The design, look and furnishings in each bedroom are unique, designed to make the whole experience more like staying in a friend's country house, than in a hotel or pub.
The Norman Knight is a traditional country pub in picturesque Whichford. We have three beautiful, high spec glamping pods and a charming one-bedroom apartment, each with en-suite bathrooms, kitchenettes, free high speed WiFi and flat screen TVs. Walks, woods and an award-winning dog-friendly pub - all on the doorstep.
Four legged friends are most welcome at The Fuzzy Duck and they aim to make them feel as pampered and relaxed as two-legged guests. Overnight visitors will receive a Doggy Welcome Pack. Dog biscuits are even offered in the bar.
Situated in the heart of Woodstock, The Marlborough Arms is a beautiful 15th Century coaching inn that overlooks the town’s historical streets.
The Inn at Fossebridge is located in the pretty hamlet of Fossebridge, where the Fosse Way drops into the Cotswolds valley of the River Coln, an area of outstanding natural beauty.
Located in a beautiful Cotswold village, The Bull is a quirky and characterful inn that offers a home from home to all who eat, drink or sleep there. Dogs are welcome in the bedrooms and in the bar and sitting room area.
If your idea of a traditional English country hotel includes stone flagged floors, cosy armchairs, real ale, log fires and perhaps a four-poster bed, you will not be disappointed by The Lamb Inn.
The Clothiers Arms is a down-to-earth family friendly pub with excellent food and drink. Their accommodation is also dog friendly by prior arrangement.