Fancy a pint with the pooch? Nowhere does traditional English country pubs quite like the Cotswolds and they will be essential on your visit. Whether you stumble across one on a picturesque walk or you're planning a night out during your stay all of these places kindly welcome you to have a tipple with the Terrier.
Situated just behind the village green of Broadway this traditional 17th Century Inn, built in Cotswold stone, welcomes dogs in the bar area near the open fire making it the perfect location to call in for a drink with a range of local ales available.
A cosy country inn nestled deep within the stunning Cotswold countryside. Located a stone's throw from Bath, Bristol and Cheltenham, offering seasonal British cuisine and charming cottage accommodation. 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.
The Hare & Hounds Hotel is the perfect choice for anyone seeking a stunning English country retreat. This Cotswold gem is set in acres of well tended gardens and woodland, adjacent to the renowned Westonbirt Arboretum and Beaufort Polo Club.
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.
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 Cardinal's Hat is Worcester's oldest pub and originally dates back to the fourteenth century. A sensitive restoration in 2013 has turned it back in to a traditional English ale house retaining a wonderful sense of its unique heritage.
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 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.
Since the 17th Century, The Maytime Inn has welcomed guests with hospitality and comfort, a tradition, which continues today as we welcome guests to enjoy our intimate setting.
Horse and Groom sits atop a hill looking out onto rolling Cotswolds countryside and rows of honey-hued 17th and 18th Century buildings.
The Weighbridge Inn is a quintessential old fashioned English country pub, situated in the beautiful Cotswolds. With roaring log fires to welcome you in, dogs and children are all welcome. A bowl of fresh water and a jar of biscuits await all 4 legged friends.
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.
Visit The Boater in Bath, home of outstanding beer & cider, great wines, mouth-watering fresh food and exceptional service.
Nestled on the outskirts of Cheltenham The Gloucester Old Spot is a country pub passionate about providing high quality food and drink. Specialising in Rare Breed Pork, traditional Ciders and some of the finest real ale.
The Tavern Inn, Kemble, near Cirencester offer great pub food, beer and wine in a pub with a character all of its own right next door to Kemble station.
The Norman Knight is an award-winning country pub with ties to Stratford-upon-Avon Brewery serving quality hand-pulled ales and ciders, and truly superb food. Dogs receive a friendly welcome in the bar and garden and there are many wonderful walks to enjoy in the village and neighbouring woods.
Nestled in the heart of the vibrant Cotswold town of Tetbury, The Close offers a welcoming and relaxed feel whether you're simply having a cocktail in the bar, dinner in the 2 rosette restaurant or a much needed weekend break.
Set amidst 300 acres of National Trust land this handsome 17th century hostelry blends traditional architecture with luxurious interiors. This former coaching inn offers a mouth-watering cuisine and fine wines in a friendly, relaxed atmosphere.
Find yourself captivated by the enchanting tranquillity surrounding the Swan Hotel, idyllically situated on the banks of the River Coln. A 17th century former coaching inn, it embodies unpretentious comfort, a friendly atmosphere and award-winning cuisine.
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 Broadway Hotel offers a stylish home from home in the heart of the Cotswolds. Every detail is considered for your enjoyment, from the cosy furnishings, to the buzzing bar and contemporary elegance of Tattersalls brasserie.
The Bay Tree Hotel is in the Cotswold town of Burford, where the main street is voted one of the prettiest in England. Award-winning cuisine, elegant country house interiors and luxurious accommodation awaits guests.
The four-star Manor House Hotel is a friendly and welcoming home from home, where the original 16th century Cotswold manor blends seamlessly into the modern fine dining restaurant.
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.
The Gardeners Arms is a friendly, family-run Free House just north of Cheltenham serving freshly prepared food using local produce and local suppliers. The picturesque village offers great walks for dog owners and a warm welcome from the pub as well.
The Noel Arms is ideal if you are looking for Cotswold accommodation in Chipping Campden, the perfect spot for a Cotswold break. Dogs are welcome in Dover's Bar, Coffee Shop and lounge but not allowed in the restaurant or conservatory.
The Bell Inn is a vibrant, stylish 18th century hotel in the heart of the Oxfordshire Cotswolds. Situated in the centre of Charlbury, an idyllic little town on the edge of the ancient Wychwood forest. Dogs are welcome in the bar area.
This charming grade II listed public house is ideally situated for the vast amount of traditional English villages and, of course, the world renowned city of Oxford.
Situated in the beautiful rolling landscapes of the Cotswolds. The Inn has been recently refurbished and is oozing with character and history. Dogs welcome outside and in the Bar area, but not in the restaurants. If you would like to dine with us with your dog, please book, dining 'Doggie' space is limited in the lower bar area.
The Harry Cook Freehouse in Montpellier is a Cheltenham pub with vibrant atmosphere and vintage character in equal measure.
The White Hart Inn in Winchcombe offers affordable food created from an array of local produce and wines from around the world.
The Bell combines a great range of cask ales, wines and spirts and now serves Authentic Indian Cuisine for either dining in or take away, all aginst a background of a warm Cotswold country pub atmosphere.
The Beehive pub in Cheltenham serves the best traditional ales, the finest local ciders, fresh locally-sourced produce, cooked to order and complimented by an extensive selection of wines from around the world.
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.
Whether walker, cyclist or driver, visit The Fox Inn in for a friendly welcome, good food and well-kept ales. Dogs (on leads) are welcome.
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.
The Old Spot Inn – nestled at the foot of Stinchcombe Hill, in the Gloucestershire town of Dursley, you can find this award winning "gem" of a traditional hostelry.
The Bath Brew House is a fantastic Free House located on James Street West right in the heart of the city of Bath, specialising in great beer, delicious fresh food with a fantastic atmosphere. Well behaved dogs are allowed in to the bar area.
The Thames Head Inn is a unique Gloucestershire pub serving excellent food in a friendly, relaxed atmosphere with a large, well stocked central bar surrounded by various nooks and crannies, open fires, extensive landscaped gardens.
Julia and the Team welcome you to this lovely traditional country pub in Barton, Bidford-on-Avon. Recently refurbished to a very high standard the pub offers real ales and amazing pub food.
Ollie, labweiler Baloo and team welcome two legs and four to this historic coaching inn, seasonal log fires and garden terraces. Dog friendly apartments above and walks here are legendary.
The Kings Arms pub and restaurant is in Mickleton, a beautiful Cotswolds village near Chipping Campden. It has been a popular inn and dining room since it began around 1735.
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.
Gupshill Manor is a family owned pub serving great food in fantastic surroundings. With a passion for local produce, friendly service and fantastic wines and ales there is something for everyone.
The Highway Inn is set in the middle of the bustling village of Burford. It has a proper Cotswold pub feel, not only serving excellent local produce, we also offer well-conditioned ales that come from local breweries.
The Ebrington Arms is a 17th century Cotswold stone inn overlooking the village green and thatch cottages in one of the Cotswolds’ most stunning villages. Dogs welcome in large garden and bar area but not the rooms. When booking lunch or dinner please specify if you plan to bring your dog.
The Perch is one of Oxford's oldest pubs, and is just a few minutes walk from the Isis (Oxford's stretch of the Thames). In the summer, the garden is the envy of the whole city, and the 17th century plaster-rubble building with its traditional thatched roof will charm even the most seasoned pub-goers.
There is something for everyone a the Seven Tuns Chedworth. Stop by and enjoy a locally brewed ale or a coffee, put your feet up, relax and read the newspapers in front of the fire, or under our weeping willow on the terrace in the sunshine. They are a dog and child friendly pub with treats on the bar for your furry friends.
The Shilton Rose & Crown is in the heart of the idyllic village of Shilton, two miles south of Burford. Dating back to the 17th Century, it is a traditional Cotswold stone inn, with original beams and a log fire.
The Star Inn is a quaint English country pub located in the peaceful village of Ashton-Under-Hill. The Star is a family-run, traditional British pub focused on delivering the very best of food and drink in a proper pub environment.
This compact and cosy old coaching inn offers a traditional Cotswold village welcome, offering fine home cooked food and traditional Sunday lunches, unique award winning Donnington ales, Stowford Press cider and cool draught Guinness.
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 Plough Inn Prestbury is a beautiful thatched roofed 17th Century Grade II listed pub sitting in the heart of the village of Prestbury in Cheltenham. It sits alongside St Marys church in a picturesque setting.
If you're looking for a country pub in a rural setting - and one that's only ten minutes away from both Bath and Bristol - then you really can't do much better than The Swan.
Traditional Cotswold inn serving homemade food and Donnington Ales. Conveniently not far off junction 9 Tewksbury of M5. In the heart of the Cotswolds between Cheltenham and Broadway.
The Half Way House is a 17th Century Inn in the quintessential Cotswold hamlet of Kineton, halfway between Temple Guiting and Guiting Power. The pub even organise a charity dog walk the 1st Sunday of every month.
A countryside feel pub, right in the heart of Cheltenham. Spanning over three floors, it has 2 bars bursting with local ales, interesting wines and an ever growing collection of gins. A beautiful setting to meet friends, four legged or not, to dine from the daily menu of fresh 'British Classic' inspired dishes.
An inviting community pub on Bath Road, offering a lovely atmosphere for all ages. Serving great Homemade Pub food and amazing Sunday lunches. You'll find friendly staff with dog treats too and a lovely patio garden. Serving real and craft ales, premium lagers, thirst quenching ciders and great wines.
As you'd expect from a country pub, the bar at The Rose and Crown at Lea is at the heart of village life in Lea, just outside Malmesbury.
The Prince Albert isn’t somewhere that will simply show you pictures of Stroud, it will share with you the product of Stroud, its creative and commercial output. It will bring the best of Stroud ales, art, music and people to its visitors in a way that makes them feel welcomed into the heart of the community.
The Crown Inn is a grade 2 listed 18th century inn. We welcome dogs in the original pub/restaurant which has sofas in front of the fire as well as tables and chairs. We have water bowls for thirsty dogs and are close to Blenheim Palace which is great for walkies.
The Anchor is a pub and dining room in the heart of Oxford's Jericho serving simple, honest food. Located right next to Port Meadow with great for walks by the river, dogs are welcome in the bar, where you can order drinks and food from the bar or restaurant menu. We also have a lovely big terrace for customers and canines too.
Nestled in the Cotswold countryside lies the hamlet of Brockhampton and there the 16th century inn, the Craven Arms. The Craven Arms is owned and run by Barbara and Sam Price. A mother and son partnership who have owned the pub since 2004.
You don't find pubs like this every day. Toasty fires in the winter and a huge pub garden for the summer. Four real ales, plus one guest ale, home-cooked food and a hearty welcome await.
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.
The Majors Retreat is in the middle of the traditional Cotswold village of Tormarton in South Gloucestershire. This is an ideal place to meet up with family and friends travelling from so many directions. Good food and real ales.
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.
This beautiful 16th Century village inn is ideally located on the banks of the River Frome at Freshford, on the outskirts of Bath. With original timber beams, open fires, a beautiful garden, ample car parking and a very warm welcome – the inn is a true destination pub serving great food, real ales and fine wines.
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.
The Bayshill Inn located in Cheltenham, is a traditional family run Wadworth Public House with a friendly atmosphere, great food and a wide selection of drinks.
Royal Oak is located in the heart of the Cotswold in the village of Bishops Cleeve just outside Cheltenham, with it's spacious garden and warm interior it only helps to make your experience an enjoyable one. Serving quality fresh food all day, everyday, using the best ingredients.
The White Harte is a grade II listed pub, ideally situated between Bristol & Bath. It has recently been stylishly renovated and now has a 55-cover restaurant and outside space with country views.
The Fox and Hounds is a traditional thatched Cotswold pub with an outstanding food offering. It’s centrally located in the heart of the picturesque village of Bredon.