Pet Friendly Holiday Cottage
If you are looking for a pet friendly holiday cottage in a fantastic part of England, why not try the Royal Forest of Dean. Managed by Caroline from The Dogs Choice, this stunning 1840’s cottage is in a superb location with 100’s of walks through the forest. 3 double bedrooms (or 2 doubles + twin) sleeps 6.
The Royal Forest of Dean is one of the few surviving ancient forests left in the UK, a large area was reserved for royal hunting before 1066, and remained as the second largest crown forest in England, it is breath taking at any time of year. The cottage is just a few miles from the centre of the forest with walks less than 200m from the door.Wonderful old fashioned pubs and great food close by.
Nestled between the Cotswold and Monmouthshire, the cottage is in an area of outstanding natural beauty; just 6 miles from the famous picturesque Symonds Yat, a favourite with tourists; In the forest you will find stunning walks, beautiful lakes plus family trail cycling, superb specifically designed off road mountain bike tracks, go ape, in fact too many things to mention so check out the website
We are offering The Dogs Choice customers £50 off any week booking or £25 off a long weekend, so grab yourself a relaxing break, your dogs will love this place. Secure garden, large dog crate available for your dogs (dog bedding not supplied) should you need one So much to see and do around the area for all ages.
If you are ‘Star Wars’ fans Puzzlewood just a few miles from the cottage is where a lot of the filming was done for the latest film. Check out the website for more details visit Cotswold Country Cottage
To apply for your discount, mention “The Dogs Choice” in the booking enquiry page on the ‘additional requirements’ section
2 thoughts on “Pet Friendly Holiday”
We (two adults and 2 border terriers) have stayed many times at Mutler’s Row. It is fantastic for dogs and humans. The decor is excellent, warm and cosy with comfortable beds and stunning views. The standard of facilities and equipment is better than many places we have stayed. For the dogs the garden is secure and has plenty of space for the dogs to run. There are many, many walks in forests by rivers and lakes. There are great pubs which are dog friendly and of course lots of history for the grown ups. I would thoroughly recommend a stay here anytime of the year
Thank you for your kind words Alyson, look forward to seeing you there again soon.