Handpicked Log Cabin Retreats
From Droitwich Spa to the Malvern Hills, Worcestershire is a county well-known and well-loved for its various countryside scenes, quaint town escapes and more. There’s little wonder why there are so many wonderful dog friendly lodges in Worcestershire waiting for you to book.
Willow Lodge is a detached cabin property that sleeps 4 guests, and has space for a dog. There is a decking space to the front, and you will have internet access throughout. There is an open plan living area, as well as a BBQ unit that you can always request.
Rookery Farm Cabin offers a northern Cotswolds spot that sleeps 3 people, and is also dog friendly. There is a wooden decking available, as well as off road parking, a kitchen space, and two bedroom spaces – one a king size, and the other a single. There is also a wood burner.
Boosters Lodge is a ground floor holiday home that takes you right into the heart of Shakespeare country, providing you with a king size bedroom and a twin bedroom space. You can bring two dogs here, too, and there’s also an open plan kitchen and lounge. Internet access is available.
If you’re looking for a peaceful break in the heart of England surrounded by Areas of Outstanding Natural beauty, then Worcestershire is likely to be one of the best places to head to. We’ve hunted down the best of the region for you and have lined up dog friendly lodges you’re going to treasure.
Worcestershire is an absolutely lovely corner of the country that’s absolutely brimming with sights, sounds and countryside vistas. We’ve come on holiday here with our pets several times over the past few years, and every time it’s like a new adventure. However, we do also understand that you’ll need to find yourself that perfect lodge breakaway that really appeals to all your creature comforts and daily needs.
Are you looking for a romantic 2 bedroom lodge that sleeps 2 to 4 people? Maybe you are just looking for an open plan space that brings you closer to some of the fantastic greenery and woodland that Worcestershire is so well-known for. If you’ve already taken a look at cottage properties, it might also be time to start looking for a chalet or a cabin as an alternative. Why not, indeed?
If you are looking out for that perfect ground floor living space out in the Malvern Hills but really don’t know where to start, that’s where we can offer you a helping hand. We’ve taken a look for the best lodges and cabins in Worcestershire that actively welcome dogs with open arms – and not only that, they really do give off a ton of rustic charm, just what you’ll be looking for in that perfect breakaway spot!
Have a scan through the brilliant properties on offer in our list of the best available in Worcestershire – and grab yourself a great deal!
For more luxury lodges in the area, see our Cotswolds and the rest of the dog friendly cottages in Worcestershire .
If you need activities or places to eat with pets see all the dog friendly days out in Worcestershire and dog friendly pubs in Worcestershire.