Dogs get on well in the Cotswolds… the destination is probably one of the most dog-friendly in Britain, with a long tradition of pubs, hotels and public spaces that encourage dogs and their owners. There are after all, 3000 miles of footpaths and bridleways in the area, varying from the 101 mile Cotswold Way down to the short walk between Upper and Lower Slaughter villages - recognised as ‘instant Cotswolds’ for visitors.
Upper Slaughter is the home of Lords of the Manor, a 17th century Manor House Hotel that was recognised as the Good Hotel Guide 'Editor’s Choice’ Dog Friendly Hotel of the Year in 2019. The hotel has 26 rooms, two highly rated restaurants and bar, games rooms and lounge. There’s always a quiet corner to settle down for coffee or dinner.
Kelly, the hotel’s Front of House Manager feels that the size of hotel is important when considering which might be best for a pet-friendly stay. “Too few rooms and your dog might be competing for space with other pets; too many rooms and you’ll find yourselves with strange stairs and corridors to negotiate. We’ve found that the relaxed Country House atmosphere at Lords, seems to relax dogs (and their owners) very quickly! It helps too, that we have our own 8 acres of gardens and lawns - plus a village centre location in one of the quieter Cotswold villages".
Dog Stay Free Offer at Lords of the Manor
The Cotswolds is a truly beautiful place to visit in Winter. Set within 8 acres of landscaped gardens and with several lovely circular walks available from the hotel, Lords has perfect location for your canine friend. Book a stay before the end of March and your dog will stay free of charge. He or she can also enjoy complimentary Bob and Lush treats in the room, as well as a bed and bowls to make their stay just as special as yours.
Valid 1st January to 31st March when booking any of our rates or packages directly. Subject to availability. The usual supplement of £30.00 per dog per night is waived on this offer. Maximum of two dogs per dog-friendly bedroom.
For more information visit https://www.lordsofthemanor.com/four-legged-friends-stay-free/