9 Dog Friendly Cottages in the Cotswolds With Hot Tubs to Rent
Last Updated: September, 2023
Struggling to find the best dog friendly cottages in the Cotswolds with hot tubs? There are plenty of great properties but they can be difficult to find, trust us, we’ve spent countless hours searching!
The biggest issue is that jacuzzis and pets don’t really go hand in hand. Spa tubs are a luxury feature whilst having dogs with you is practical so owners are reluctant to allow both. This is why smaller areas in the UK struggle to provide a great range of dog friendly cottages that boast hot tubs.
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We don’t let this deter us though, as we search for the very best pet friendly cottages with hot tubs in the Cotswolds providing you with a great selection of dog friendly properties across multiple counties with different facilities.
It’s what we love doing, providing our customers with a memorable holiday with hot tubs that your canine companions are sure to enjoy as well.
The Cotswolds is a personal favourite of ours as it has a great range of historical sites to explore, warm welcoming villages and miles of unspoilt countryside on the doorstep of all the self catering cottages with hot tubs in the Cotswolds.
Check out all the brilliant cottages with bubbling hot tubs in the Cotswolds below.
This is a beautiful cottage and our best choice to take your dog with you! It has two bedrooms, a king-size and a double, as well as one bathroom and a wood burner effect electric fire.
Outside there is outdoor furniture with a charcoal barbecue, a private hot tub, and off-road parking for two vehicles. The ground floor accommodation is close to the popular town of Stroud, which is three and a half miles with its farmer’s market every weekend or head further afield to Cheltenham, which is 16 miles away.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £755 – £1,401
One of the most sought-after Cotswolds hot tub holidays. This fabulous detached eco-cottage is ideal for a countryside break and has two bedrooms and two bathrooms. It has an open plan kitchen diner, as well as a wood burner with logs provided and a TV in the lounge.
Outside there is a patio area with a table and chairs, as well as a garden with a pergola, and there’s also storage for bikes. The local shop is a mile whilst the pub is two miles and you can head further afield to Berkeley Castle, which is six miles, or the forest of Dean, which is 33 miles.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £755 – £1,401
Perfect for a small family, this cottage is close to Stow on the Wold and has two bedrooms, a king and a twin, as well as one en suite bathroom and a family bathroom.
Inside the property, there is a wood burner with logs provided, a TV in the lounge whilst outside is off-road parking for two cars, a bar and a private hot tub. Start at Cotswold Way and enjoy a long walk through the woodland or try the local Friday market in the nearby town.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £1,261 – £2,867
A fabulous cottage near Cotswold Wildlife Park and is set within the owner’s grounds. It has two bedrooms and two bathrooms, as well as an electric oven and a dishwasher.
In the lounge, there is a TV and a wood burner, and there are also local electric vehicle charging points nearby. Local restaurants and dog friendly pubs are within walking distance, or you can head further afield to the delightful towns of Stratford upon Avon with it’s picturesque high street and pet friendly Oxford for memorable days out.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £829 – £1,949
One of the most luxurious options, this former gatekeeper’s property has been restored. It has a king-size bedroom and an en suite shower room with an outbuilding that has a washing machine.
There is also a large enclosed pet friendly garden with a patio area and charcoal barbecue, as well as a private hot tub. The Southern Cotswolds offer lots of attractions, including Painswick Rococo Gardens which is 22 miles or the stunning city of Bath, which is just 23 miles.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £669 – £1,082
A terrific modern-style country house. Ideal for a large group with five bedrooms and three bathrooms. It has an open plan, lounge diner, as well as a conservatory. Outside there’s a large enclosed lawn area with a garden, furniture and a barbecue.
It’s one of our favourite holiday cottages with private hot tubs and in the lounge, there is a pool table to enjoy. The city of Oxford is 10 miles away with its restaurants, dog friendly pubs, and cafes, or you can head to Bicester town, which is two and a half miles away.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £1,881 – £3,940
With majestic views across the rolling countryside, this North Cotswolds retreat is ideal for a couple wanting a countryside escape. It has a king-size bedroom, shower room, and outside utility area with a washing machine.
There’s ample off-road parking at this property, and the local pub is one and a half miles. You’ve got easy access to the River Severn where you can enjoy walking, cycling, and fishing, or take a trip to Cheltenham for its races and festivals.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £591 – £1,285
This property is close to the Cotswolds Water Park and is perfect for a group with five bedrooms and two bathrooms. It’s one of the most popular hot tub cottages in the Cotswolds and has off-road parking for four vehicles as well as a gas barbecue outside and a large enclosed garden.
Inside the holiday home, there is a wood burner in the lounge with logs provided as well as a PS4 and a smart TV. The Cotswold Way is on your doorstep with a variety of dog walks, or you can head to National Trust sites that include Dyrham Park, and Sutton Lane Meadows with your four legged friend.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £1,312 – £3,963
Famous for its outstanding natural beauty, dog walks, achingly enchanting honey-coloured limestone villages and market towns, the Cotswolds is a range of gently rolling hills and the largest AONB in England and Wales, ideal for dog lovers and canine friendly cottages. It’s no surprise so many people book Cotswolds cottages with hot tubs, it’s a utopia for walkers, ramblers, hikers, cyclists, anglers and water sports lovers alike.