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Old Queens Manor, Cotswold's - Exclusive pet friendly holidays

Old Queens Manor 5 Bedrooms, 3 bathrooms with lots of elegant space inside and outside. Located in peaceful countryside with glorious views stretching over the Cotswold's and the River Severn. The only noises to be heard are beautiful birdsongs with woodpeckers in the ancient trees and thrushes on the lawn and possibly the odd hooting owl. The extensive manicured gardens and its own swimming pool, make Old Queens Manor ideal for the dog loving larger family or small group for relaxing days away from the crowds with nothing but pure virus free country air.
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Covering over 800 square miles of glorious countryside, the Cotswold's is full of lively market towns with quaint houses and small English villages.
Embracing five counties, the Cotswold's has many differing styles and full of historic trails to keep all owners and their dogs happy. There's even a lake area and beach to splash around in.
The rolling hills, historic stone walls and greenery with dotted communities is sometimes quite breathtaking.
For the country adventurous there are thousands of miles of footpaths which flow across the whole district and embracing woods, meadows, hills and streams. So there is plenty to keep your dogs tails wagging and wet noses sniffing.

Holiday accommodation stretches from village cottages to manor houses and even a castle or two. If your seeking a more 'all inclusive' holiday, there's a good sprinkling of great B&B's, hotels
from friendly family run accommodation to luxurious spa hotels.

The Cotswold's are a 'foodies' heaven with old inns, country pubs, restaurants and cafes plentiful and serving tasty local veggies, meats, fruits and cheeses, most of which is organic local grown.

Apart from going walkies and exploring to keep your four legged friend happy, there's a whole lot of things to enjoy for their owners. For surfers there's the giant river severn wave and other water sports. For historians there's a multitude of historic estates, castles, palaces and gardens to wander around or take a ride on the Cotswold's steam train. There's farm parks, water parks, skate parks or why not take to the skies in a hot air balloon?

With such beautiful countryside and roads, one of my favourites is to pack up a tasty picnic and enjoy cruising through lovely villages before finding a quite wooded spot to enjoy our food. Or sometimes, we just stop at a local pub with sumptuous grub and a pint.

There is much to see and enjoy in the Cotswold's and a great choice of places to stay whether you are on a budget or wanting some exclusive luxury and of course, many places are dog friendly these days.

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