Cotswold Attractions · Dog friendly · Travel

Tetbury

We are surrounded by beautiful Cotswold towns and villages, so I thought we’d share another of our dog friendly trips.

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The small town of Tetbury is a lovely place to visit for a spot of lunch or a coffee. There a so many little shops tucked away, as well as a huge range of antique shops for any of you that are interested. The rows of Cotswold houses are so beautiful & definitely Instagram worthy!

It’s lovely to pop over to Tetbury for a drink or bite to eat with the dogs in tow, so I thought we’d share two of our favourite dog friendly spots.

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The Blue Zucchini

This is our go to spot, they have a wonderful lunch spot and they’re very welcoming to dogs. You know it’s good when they’ve got a big tub of dog treats & this time the waitress brought over a handful to spoil the dogs. They’ve got a great lunch menu, or a selection of cakes if you’d prefer. The staff are so kind and friendly and in the summer [if we ever get one] there’s a lovely courtyard you can sit in.

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Cafe 53

This cafe has a lighter interior meaning it’s a bit more ‘Instagrammable’ if you’re worried about that. And the food is just as good! Again this has a courtyard for those warmer months, but I’ve not yet discovered any dog treats available. They also have really good smoothies that i’d definitely recommend.

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If you’re staying in or close to Tetbury there is so much to do in the area. As well as the other Cotswold attractions, nearby is Westonbirt Arboretum. This is a beautiful spot for a dog walk, especially in the Autumn months.

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As with most of the villages around here Tetbury has a really steep hill. This is where the Tetbury Woolsack race takes place every year on the last bank holiday in May. Historically Tetbury was a wool market. So to celebrate this and raise money for charity people run up and down the hill in teams, each carrying a huge heavy bag of wool on their back. It sounds like such a strange attraction but really is good fun to watch.

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Have you visited Tetbury before? Or is it on your list of go to Cotswold destinations?

Thanks for reading,

Megan, Woody & Wilma

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