Dog friendly holiday cottages (cats too)
Our cottages are ideal for anyone looking to bring their fury friend with them, we have four properties where “mans (or woman’s) best friend are most welcome, these are; Gardeners Cottage, Field Cottage, Brook Farmhouse and The Sherriff’s.
Gardeners Cottage and Field Cottage have large gardens for the pups to run about in, although important to bare in mind that neither are enclosed fully, but were sure that most wont stray far. Both are shabby chic in design and very “chocolate box” style traditional farm cottages, with Gardeners having a lovely patio area and Field Cottage having a wooden veranda, ideal for alfresco dining or just a bask in the sun with a prosecco in hand. Field Cottage is located on its own, amongst apple orchards (beautiful in the autumn), and with the most spectacular far reaching views across the Herefordshire countryside, and perfect for doggie walks through the - field straight from the property.
A place to stay for the whole family, including the dog!
If your looking for somewhere for the whole family then look no further than The Sheriffs, our huge Queen Anne country house that sleeps the whole family (18), across 8 bedrooms, with some most spectacular period features, including a huge open fire, large kitchen diner as well as a separate formal dining room. An expansive garden, with plenty of space for the dogs to run about, as well as any little ones of course. This is an ideal property to head out for that country stroll from, in an idyllic location, away from the hustle and bustle of day to day life.
A dog’s dinner
There are plenty of dog friendly pubs and restaurants nearby too, so there is no need to worry about leaving your fury friend behind. Just a few miles from the properties The Riverside at Aymestrey will happy allow your dog to tag along, they even have several fires they can sit by in the winter, or a sunny beach by the river in the summer, serving up some of the most delicious local dishes around. All of the traditional pubs in Pembridge, Kingsland and Eardisland allow dogs in, where you will get traditional "pub grub", just on the outskirts of Pembridge you will find "The Cider Barn", who are also dog friendly, and against specialise in local and seasonal delicacies. Locally there are too many cafes and coffee houses to mention where all well-behaved pooches are welcome. If you have booked a stay with us you will find a list of all the local dog friendly eateries near by.