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Bristol is one of the largest cities in the South West of England. Dog-friendly attractions and places to eat are common and well-worth seeking out in Bristol. That’s why you should consider a city break in one of our self-catering dog-friendly cottages in and near Bristol. Bristol is also close to the coast of the Bristol Channel and the Somerset countryside, and is located just across the Severn Estuary from South Wales. The ancient Roman city of Bath is also a few miles inland, so beyond its borders there’s plenty of scope for day trips. Bristol is a hilly place and rewards those that love walking, and dog-friendly cafes, pubs and shops that welcome your pooch are in abundance across the city centre and the arty enclave of Gloucester Road. Gloucester Road is great for street side cafes with outdoor seating and a lively vibe that you and you dog will love. A lot of the shops are independent and welcome dogs inside, so if you are in the mood for hunting down a bargain, this is the place for you. Love open space? Go to Bristol Downs, which is a huge open space resembling Clapham Common which is close to the city centre. Also head across the Clifton Suspension Bridge to Leigh Woods, a large woodland park with views across the gorge and huge potential for a fun doggy day out. Other Bristol parks include Brandon Hill, Castle Park and Hengrove Park. Another good place for a dog-walking jaunt is along the river front to see HMS Britannia and the remnants of Bristol’s steep maritime past. It’s a wonderful city to explore with your hound at heel, and our Bristol cottages make it even easier to discover. Browse our collection ofdog-friendly accommodation in Somerset and Bristol today.