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Shipton Oliffe, Cotswolds
Cheltenham (3mls SW), Cotswolds
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Gloucester (3mls W), Cotswolds
Cheltenham (4mls NE), Cotswolds
Cheltenham (8mls NW), Gloucestershire
Bourton-on-the-Water (9mls SW), Gloucestershire
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This beautiful town on the edge of the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty has lots to offer both humans and their canine companions on a holiday getaway to Gloucestershire. You could visit Pittville Park, which is a wonderful family-friendly place to head to with the dog by your side as there’s boating on the lake, play areas for kids to enjoy and wildlife to look out for in the beautiful grounds. If you’ve got dogs and children with you, another top outdoor attraction to head to is the Sandford Parks Lido where youngsters can splash about. For longer walkies and a bit of peace and quiet, strike out on a walk up Crickley Hill or follow The Leckhampton Loop which will take you along part of the Cotswold Way.
There are lots of wonderful dog-friendly cottages in our collection for you to discover. You’ll find self-catering accommodation with gardens for pups to race about in and pet-friendly retreats with wood burners so dogs and their owners can cosy up in front of the fire after long days out and about. For more choice, head over to our Burford cottages or discover our full collection of dog-friendly cottages throughout the Cotswolds. There you’ll find cottages near pubs, dog-friendly holiday homes with hot tubs and retreats with walks right on the doorstep. Begin planning your Cotswolds holiday by browsing through our dog-friendly cottages in Cheltenham and find your perfect place to stay.
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