Travelling with your furry friend isn't just a trend – it's a way of life! When it comes to planning a getaway, finding somewhere to stay that welcomes both you and your beloved dog is a top priority. Let’s find some dog-friendly accommodation so you can start researching your next doggy-friendly escape…

The Pig Place, Adderbury, Banbury

With fabulous food and a fantastic view over the Oxford Canal and Cherwell Valley, The Pig Place is the perfect campsite for you and your pooch. Not only do they sell a range of dog treats (including British Pigs Ears and Doggy Ice Cream) from their farm shop, but you’ll be a stone's throw from Aynho Weir Lock; a fascinating place where the River Cherwell cuts right across the Oxford Canal and then continues under the canal’s towpath via a series beautiful bricked arches.

Three pigs from The Pig Place

Milton Hill House, Abingdon

Surrounded by 22 acres of tranquil parkland just 13 miles from Oxford, Milton Hill House effortlessly blends a graceful Georgian manor house with modern facilities. All bedrooms are dog friendly and best of all you can take your furry friend for a pretty riverside walk along that includes the mile-long Causeway; raised in c1250 it allowed mediaeval merchants to pass through the wet and low-lying village of Steventon on their way from the Midlands to the south coast ports.

A dog under a blanket

The Courtyard & The Hedgerow at Wainhill, Nr. Chinnor

With miles of wonderful off road walking straight onto The Ridgeway and the offer of a pet pack with homemade biscuits, The Courtyard & The Hedgerow at Wainhill are both pawfect places for your doggy getaway. You’ll be a stone's throw from Chinnor Hill Nature Reserve, a patchwork of flowery grassland, scrub and woodland that is also steeped in ancient history - definitely well worth a visit.

A dog with blanket and bowl

Bruern Cottages, Chipping Norton

Bruern Luxury Cottages offer a high class oasis of calm in the stunningly picturesque hamlet of Bruern in the Cotswolds. Dogs are welcome in cottages with enclosed gardens. In the summer months you'll find gas barbecues for some al fresco eating and if cooking seems too much of a hassle after a long dog walk, you can order pre-prepared ready meals created by local chefs all ready to 'heat and eat'. 

Bruern Cottages

The Old Swan, Minster Lovell

Nestled within 65 acres of magical gardens, wildflower meadows and woodland in the picturesque Cotswold village of Minster Lovell, this quintessentially English inn seamlessly blends the rural charm of its historic setting with contemporary design, luxurious comfort and delicious menus crafted from the finest seasonal produce. If you’re after plenty of space to explore and ample places to relax in peace, The Old Swan is for you!

The Old Swan

Greenacres Farm Campsite, Horspath

The campsite offers gorgeous hilltop views, access to more than 250 miles of woodland, mountain biking trails, bridle paths and much more - from gentle strolls to orienteering, jogging and family picnics. Make your way to the top for enticing views across south Oxfordshire. As you'd imagine, all this space is ideal for wildlife and much of the country park is a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI), perfect for nature fans and of course, great for dog walks!

An image of the view from Greenacres Farm Campsite

Oxfordshire has so much to offer to both you and your furry friend, from cosy cottages to picturesque inns. So, pack your bags, leash up your dog, and get ready to explore this beautiful county.




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