Tetbury

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

Things to do in North Yorkshire

You may remember before Christmas we headed up to North Yorkshire for a dog friendly ¬†stay with Holiday at Home¬†where we stayed in one of their lakeside lodges. You can read about our stay in the blog post here. During our stay we had one full day to explore the beautiful Yorkshire countryside, so weContinue reading “Things to do in North Yorkshire”

Brompton Lakes, North Yorkshire

Just before Christmas we headed up North for a little festive getaway. Going on holiday with the dogs is one of my favourite things to do, I’d much prefer going somewhere dog friendly in the UK than going abroad without them. However saying that it is not always easy finding luxury accommodation that allows oneContinue reading “Brompton Lakes, North Yorkshire”

Lower Slaughter

On Sunday we headed up to Lower Slaughter for the morning for a potter around the most gorgeous Cotswold Village. It wasn’t as full of tourists as expected on a sunny autumnal Sunday, so was absolutely perfect to visit with the dogs. There is a shallow stream running through the centre of the village; theContinue reading “Lower Slaughter”

The Peacock, Oxhill

Last week we travelled out to the South of Warwickshire for the afternoon to visit the dog friendly pub – The Peacock. A lovely journey on the way through a couple of gorgeous Cotswold towns, it should have been quick and easy. However 5 sets of road works and 2 closed roads we eventually arrivedContinue reading “The Peacock, Oxhill”

Cotswold Lavender

Cotswold Lavender¬†is a family run working lavender farm near Broadway in The Cotswolds. It has been on our wish list for a while to visit but obviously is very seasonal due to the lavender only coming out around the June – August months. We set off to visit for the morning now that the weatherContinue reading “Cotswold Lavender”