Flagstone Farm

Luxury Holiday Cottages in the Cotswolds

Friday 30th of November 2018

Phone Number: 01451 832215

Dog friendly Cottages Cotswolds

At Flagstone Farm we understand that pets are part of the family- and they deserve a holiday too! We offer luxury Dog friendly Cottages Cotswolds. If you are looking for a self catering holiday, get in touch.

The Cotswolds is a fantastic area to bring a pet on holiday with many dog friendly attractions. From a challenging scramble to a gentle woodland stroll, there are plenty to do for you and your loyal companion.


Our cottages are surrounded by 12 acres of natural woodland, with many marked public footpaths in close proximity. Each cottage has its own private garden, with plenty of outdoor space for your dogs to rest and play. We allow up to 2 dogs in each cottage- if you wish to take your dog, please let us know at the time of booking. There are no extra charges for bringing your dogs but we do ask that you do not allow them on the furniture or near bedroom areas.

Doggy bags and beds are not provided- although we can provide additional blankets if required. Please don't leave your dog unattended in the cottage for a long period. If your group want to enjoy a day out without worrying about your pet, we can recommend an excellent local boarding kennel.

Dog-friendly Attractions in the Cotswolds

The natural landscape of the Cotswolds are an ideal location for a family holiday- including the family pet. There are many pet-friendly attractions and sights within easy reach of our site. Here are some local favourites, also highly recommended with visitors:

The Old Stocks Inn

Nestled in the heart of Stow on the Wold, this characteristic 17th century traditional Cotswolds Inn is well-loved for their warm, welcoming atmosphere. Using only the freshest, local produce, you are always guaranteed a fantastic night in The Old Stocks.

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The Cotswold Way Circular Walk

Although the entire Cotswold Way is 102 miles long, there are plenty of small, circular walks which include a small part of the Way. These small walks differ in difficulty, yet almost all of them offer rewarding views and a nice pub somewhere nearby!

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Cotswolds Wildlife Park

From majestic rhinos to cheeky lemurs, the Cotswolds Wildlife Park is an ideal attraction for the whole family. Dogs are allowed in the park and must be kept on leads and under adult control. They are restricted from the free-roaming areas and indoor areas such the Bat House.

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