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Find the perfect holiday getaway or day out adventure in Herefordshire for both you and your dogs to enjoy.
A choice of solid timber Scandinavian holiday lodges offer the perfect retreat for dog owners. Set in 25 acres of landscaped grounds (winners of the David Bellamy Gold Award for Conservation) and located in the English countryside not far from the Welsh borders these self catering lodges provide [...]
Choose from a great selection of pet friendly holiday cottages across Herefordshire. With your best canine friend welcome, the whole family can look forward to a holiday together. Many holiday homes welcome more than one dog; simply check via the website for further information.
Located 4 miles North of Bromyard on an unclassified road off B4203. (OS Map 149; ref SO 663585).
Great local pub less than half a mile downstream The New Harp Inn, real fires, real ales, real food, muddy boots and paws welcome! Organic toiletries are provided and towels for the pair of lovely hot showers in the heated cabin, satin and silk on your bed and your [...]
Our partnership with cottages.com brings a range of quality assessed self catering cottages and holiday homes in Herefordshire, across the UK and other European holiday locations. Options displayed on the site are pet friendly so you can be sure when you book your dog will be welcome too!
Capability Brown designed landscape. Three way marked estate walks. Our tea room has a large outdoor courtyard with large umbrellas over the tables where dogs and their owners are welcome.
Located 4 miles West South West of Abbey Dore, off B4347 (OS Map 161; ref SO 321291).
Treasure Trails are created for all the family to enjoy, and that includes your dog. The routes often include parks, woodland areas and riversides, as well as areas with shops and cafés with outdoor seating. Although we know some cafés and attractions along the routes have water bowls, we recommend [...]
Located 8 miles west of Ludlow on A4110. Accessible via footpath 0.75 miles from the village of Wigmore on Mortimer Way.