SeRious WaLkies

The Cotswold Way runs for 100 or so miles (160km) between Chipping Campden and Bath. If you are looking for a slightly shorter walk (anything between 2-6 miles) there are a series of circular routes based on the locations on The Cotswold Way. Going roughly north to south, these are:

Green BulletChipping Campden

Green BulletBroadway

Green BulletStanton

Green BulletCleeve Hill

Green BulletLeckhampton

Green BulletCranham

Green BulletSelsley

Green BulletStinchcombe (Friendship Trail)

Green BulletCam

Green BulletOld Sudbury

Green BulletWalk into Bath

For full details and maps, download the routes at

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Dog Friendly CoTswolds

Born to Run!

The Cotswolds have moved on a little from the days when a Barbour coat or Hunter wellies were issued as standard, but this is still a place where horses and dogs are loved and fussed over. Here’s our pick of great places to be with your dog, some longer walks and a few pubs where lunch is also a case of bone appétit.

Attractions–Our Canine

Top9 Places to visit with your dog – our pick of canine friendly attractions. Not all of them are 100% open to free range dogs but these are great places to go, even on a lead.

Around Broadway Tower
Near Broadway

Batsford Arboretum
Near Moreton-in-Marsh

Blenheim Palace Park

Cotswold Water Park

Snowshill Lavender

Near Snowshill

Stanway House and Fountain

Crickley Hill
Near Cheltenham

Westonbirt Arboretum
Near Tetbury

Woodchester Park
Near Stroud

Dog Freindly Cotswolds


Space outdoors, easy ambience and dogloving owners. All those things that make a pub a proper country pub.

  • The Swan at Southrop
  • King’s Head Inn, Bledington
  • The Swan Inn, Swinbrook
  • The Village Pub, Barnsley

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