Stay in the stylish property in the Cotswolds, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with plenty to explore, including, Cheltenham, Oxford, Gloucester and a range of National Trust properties.
Slow down the pace and recharge at this contemporary cottage in Whichford, a sleepy village in the North Cotswolds known for its handmade pottery. Surrounding the property is a wealth of countryside walks for those who like to explore on foot – or paw. The property itself has some useful features that you’re unlikely to find elsewhere, including a charging point for electric cars and an outside tap for washing down muddy paws.
The property has all the modern home comforts you and your pup need to settle quickly. The hallway is handy for hanging up coats and leads and has a large wall map to help you plan your activities. The wood burner and plush seating in the lounge/diner make this a delightfully warm and cosy room whatever time of year you’re visiting. The kitchen is equipped with everything you need to cook up a special meal – not forgetting a few chicken treats for your best pal. Upstairs, you’ll find a tastefully furnished twin room and king-size bedroom with ample storage. The enclosed rear garden is a bloom-filled delight and a riot of colour in summer. Let Rover have a good sniff around while you enjoy your morning cuppa in peace.
There are some delightful towns nearby that the furry one will go mutts for, including Chipping Norton (7 miles) and Stow-on-the-Wold (11.5 miles), which both have canine-friendly pubs. National Trust property Charlecote Park (18 miles) welcomes well-behaved dogs (and their owners!) in parts of the parkland, while dogs on leads can wander around Blenheim Palace gardens (17 miles) and Batsford Arboretum (11 miles).
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.