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Moreton-in-Marsh (2.5mls SW), Cotswolds
Chipping Campden, Cotswolds
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Set in the scenic Evenlode Valley, Moreton-in-Marsh is a charming market town with plenty to offer anyone travelling to this corner of Gloucestershire on a retreat. There’s a busy weekly market where you can pick up local produce for your holiday meals, while the town itself is built in beautiful honey-coloured stone, so you could go exploring the quaint streets. The surrounding Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty provides many areas of interest for unforgettable dog walks and the Oxfordshire Way passes nearby the village – it’s a great trail to strike out along with the dog by your side. Fosse Way passes through the town and stretches all the way south to Exeter – although we’re betting you won’t walk quite that far! Take your time and walk as far as you fancy before returning to this wonderful village. Settle down in a pet-friendly pub in town or a tavern further afield in the rural landscape after a morning’s walking.
Start perusing our collection of dog-friendly cottages in Moreton-in-Marsh and you’ll soon find a retreat that you and your pup will go barking mad for. Whether travelling as a family or heading to a Moreton-in-Marsh cottage on a romantic retreat, there’s plenty to keep everyone occupied in and around his characterful town and a delightful choice of self-catering accommodation. Begin planning your next exciting Cotswolds holiday by browsing through our dog-friendly cottages in Moreton-in-Marsh.
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