Dog Friendly Holiday Cottage
Are you looking for Dog Friendly Holiday Cottage for hire in Wye Valley? Our luxury holiday cottages are the perfect solution.
Pet Friendly Accommodation
If you are going on holiday, there is no reason to leave your four-legged friends behind. Wye Valley and the Forest of Dean is an ideal destination to bring your dogs, with walks over the dramatic landscape and plenty of dog-friendly attractions throughout the area. Many of the traditional country pubs allow dogs into the premises and are conveniently close to walking paths.
We allow up to 3 well-behaved dogs in the cottage, so you can indeed bring the whole family. We ask that the dogs are not allowed upstairs or on the furniture. The enclosed garden is ideal for exercising or relaxing, with river bank walks a speciality. Please clean up after your dogs and don't leave them unattended for extended periods. If you'd like to enjoy a day with just your human companions, we can recommend an excellent boarding kennel for a fun-filled day.
Dog-friendly Attractions Forest of Dean
When you are out and about with your furry friends, please remember to adhere to the Country Code. As many of the walks and paths will cross agricultural land, please keep your dog on a short lead. Never allow them to chase or worry livestock. Please ensure that there is enough water for your dog, especially in hot weather or on a long walk.
Humans can enjoy a full day of adrenalin-filled activity on the hills and slopes of this mountain biking trail. The cafe is well-known for providing wholesome snacks and water bowls for the four-legged companions; they are certainly no stranger to muddy paws!For More Information
Moody Cow Country Pub
This hearty gastropub is the perfect place to relax and enjoy a spot of fine-dining in the Wye Valley countryside. The traditional menu is made fresh to order with local ingredients, and you are always guaranteed a warm, friendly atmosphere.For More Information
St Arvans Roundabout Circular Walk
This short, 4-mile walk starts and finishes in the village of St Arvans where there are numerous country pubs to quench your thirst after. There is a short hilly hike up Gaer's hill with spectacular views over the village and the River Wye.For More Information