Weavers Cottage has an enviable location in Stow-on-the-Wold. It’s down a quiet back street away from the hustle and bustle but within a 3-minute walk of all the shops and eateries.
The cottage is for 4 people with 3 bedrooms to choose between – allowing for flexible sleeping arrangements. The living room is cosy and offers the ideal place for relaxing evenings in.
With antique shops, gift stores and a wide choice of great places to eat in the town, there’s no need to use the car on this holiday.
At A Glance
One Dog Allowed
Pub Within 1 Mile
About Weavers Cottage
Weavers Cottage is an end-of-terrace, 3 bedroom house in a quiet back street that sleeps up to 4 people.
On the ground floor there’s a cosy living room with a stone fireplace and a kitchen-diner equipped with an oven, microwave, dishwasher, washer-dryer and a large table with chairs.
Upstairs are 2 double bedrooms, a single bedroom and a shower room. There is a small patio area outside furnished with a table, chairs and barbecue. One dog is welcome to stay here.
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Things To Do in Stow-on-the-Wold, Gloucestershire
Stow is arguably the best-known Cotswolds town. It’s a popular place all year round but it retains its country charm. Built on the brow of a hill, Stow was the centre of the local wool trade and has an impressive market square lined with honey-coloured limestone buildings.
It’s an antique hunter’s paradise – there are many lovely shops crammed to the ceiling with all kinds of irresistible old objects. There is also an art gallery, cricket museum, craft shops and lots of delightful cafes and tea rooms.
A few miles north of Stow is Batsford Arboretum, an area planted with 1300 different varieties of trees and shrubs with an emphasis on specimens from the Far East. You can spend an enjoyable afternoon wandering the gardens at any time of year and they welcome man’s best friend into every area, even the café.
You can also take your pooch to the spiritual site of the Rolling Rite Stones. There is a circle of stones here that dates back to 3,800 BC and it is as important as Stonehenge. Named the King’s Men, King Stone and Whispering Knights, it is said that you cannot count the number of stones properly, each time you try you will reach a different number.
The site is also a Dark Sky area and an excellent spot for stargazing at night. And for more historical sites, take a visit the Hailes Abbey, a Cistercian monastery that was founded in 1246.
The ruins clearly show the incredible building that once stood in this peaceful part of the Cotswolds, and you can walk the dog around the grounds in tranquillity.
Weavers Cottage is the perfect base for a family holiday to the Cotswolds with your dog. This holiday home is packed with charming character, and it’s just a few minutes’ walk from the centre of town.
Stow-on-the-Wold is as pretty as a picture, with traditional stone buildings along every street and a set of stocks in the market square.
There are circular walks from the centre of town that you can take your doggy on. If you like to end a stroll at a pub, then head for The Fox Inn, it’s very dog friendly and as quaint as can be.
With 6 other gastropubs in the area, you are spoilt for choice if you enjoy a glass of wine or beer and a hearty lunch.
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