Dog-friendly Pubs Cotswold: Best places to go
Below is a list of top-rated and most preferred dog friendly pubs in Cotswolds. Read them here..
Crown & Trumpet Inn
Behind the green village of Broadway, this 17th-century inn is built of beautiful Cotswold stone, and welcomes dogs of all shapes and sizes at its bar and terrace. The Crown & Trumpet Inn boasts wildfires, outdoor seating at the front of the pub – and a friendly atmosphere all year round. It’s the perfect place to unwind with friends Tail Tail after a walk in the countryside to and from Broadway Tower.
After a long hike in Alderton’s gorgeous, rolling countryside, there’s no better place to rest and refuel than Gardeners Arms. A warm welcome waits from Wendy, her team, and pub Teddy, and guests can expect a varied, well-stocked bar and specialty menu and plate filled with locally sourced home-cooked food. Not to be missed by dogs – Teddy’s dog list has plenty to please your four-legged friends.
Tucked away on a residential street corner in Cheltenham’s popular Montpellier district, Beehive is everything you could want in a pub: a lively atmosphere, well-kept beer, a stocky bar and delicious homemade food. A bonus for dog owners, the four-legged friends are made to feel welcome in the pub and beer garden.
Sit alongside your pup at the Lamb Inn, on Sheep Street in historic Burford. The traditional country hotel (dog-friendly rooms available) and the pub boast comfortable armchairs, open fireplaces, real ale and plenty of exhibits for both men and women. There’s even a doggy menu for when you both decide to fancy something to eat!
Flagstone floors, a hanging fireplace, and exposed brick walls, The Churchill Arms exudes the relaxed pub vibe you crave on those dreary days. The pleasant staff will ensure that your visit is enjoyable – and there is plenty to choose from when it comes to drinking and eating. Fur companions are welcome at the bar as well.
With dog treats and bowls of water on offer at the bar, Exmouth Arms is the perfect place to enjoy a couple drinks and dinner with your pup by your side. Located on Cheltenham’s lively Bath Road, Exmouth serves fresh, homemade pub food and an impressive selection of real ales including the pub’s own Exmouth Lager. There is also a large beer garden complete with a pizza bar at the back of the pub.
Top Dog friendly hotels Cotswolds
Cotswolds- Beautiful rolling hills, quaint Cotswolds villages and excellent places to eat and drink are the best choice for a dog-friendly vacation. It is a visual paradise because of the pure beauty of this part of the world. Below are selections of dog friendly hotels Cotswolds that will welcome you and your dog during your stay. To get the best rates and dog-friendly rooms, book directly with the hotel and let them know you’re taking a pet with you.
The Lamb Inn:
Just ten minutes outside of Bourton on the Water, The Lamb Inn boasts great reviews and lots of returning customers for its high-quality rooms, good food, and a warm welcome. Dogs are welcome in the bar area so you can enjoy great food and drink in the company of your dog. The atmosphere here is relaxed and laid-back, with fresh water and bar treatments for the furry folk to enjoy. If you book directly with the hotel, there is no charge to take a dog with you, but rooms booked via a third party will charge £9.
The Wheatsheaf Inn:
A few miles from Bourton on the Water, the Wheatsheaf Inn is a former coaching inn that combines comfort, modern luxury and truly good food. Their elegant rooms include gorgeous organic Bramley toiletries and fluffy bathrobes for your stay. There is a large garden area for eating and drinking with your dog or they can be with you indoors as well. A fee of GBP 10 applies which includes a dog bowl, beds and food in your room.
The Egypt Mill Hotel & Restaurant is a 16th century mill located on the banks of the historic market town of Nelsworth. The water gardens and private lawns outside are a dreamy place for drinks and appetizers, while inside there is space for up to 120 guests to dine in the charming wood-beamed room.
You’ll get special guest rates for the 32 en-suite bedrooms, making it the perfect base for exploring the entire Cotswolds. With easy connections to Bath, Bristol, Cheltenham and Gloucester – plus free parking – it’s a handy place to be if guests are traveling.
Lord of the Manor Hotel:
Guests and their dogs are most welcomed with open arms at the Lord of the Manor Hotel. With 8 acres of gardens, there is plenty of space to explore and enjoy together. Dogs are welcome in the bar and lounge while you relax, eat and drink. The rooms are dog friendly and comfortable with blankets, handmade dishes and water bowls. The hotel makes your stay quiet and relaxing, with plenty of luxury touches along the way. There is a pet grooming and pet store locally, so treat your dog on vacation! This also means that you will not have to pay a fee to bring your dog.
The Swan Hotel:
The Swan Hotel prides itself on being a dog-friendly place to stay and offers rooms and suites. The suites are suitable for those who want easy access to the outdoors. Book directly with the hotel and tell them you have a dog that is traveling with you to get the most suitable room for your needs. The dog can be with you in the bar, lounge and garden so you can relax and enjoy a meal.