Grange Farm Dog Friendly Country Cottages, Oxfordshire
Choose from six dog-friendly cottages all situated in the heart of the Oxfordshire countryside. Grange Farm Country Cottages are surrounded by miles of beautiful walks, with rolling fields and beautiful woodland paths to explore. This means that you and your four-legged friend can head out every morning to sniff out a new adventure.
Dog friendly cottages in Oxfordshire
Grange Farm Cottages are part of a working farm, which manages over 1,000 acres of Oxfordshire land in an environmentally friendly way. This means that you and your dog will have a wide range of footpaths and bridleways to choose from. As well as being dog-friendly, the farm is home to many lovely animals, including horses and llamas.
All of the cottages offer peace and tranquility along with comfortable accommodation and beautiful views. There is a new tennis court right next door where you can practice your back hand. Angling is also available on the cottages’ private coarse fishing lakes.
The properties are perfectly located for trips out into the surrounding countryside, including the world-famous landscape of the Cotswolds. When you want a bit of culture, it’s an easy trip to the historic sights of Oxford and Stratford upon Avon. And, for those interested in getting some up-market bargains, you’ll find that you’re temptingly close to Bicester Shopping Village.
For great dog-friendly excursions, recommendations include places such as Stowe Landscape Gardens – a great place for ‘walkies’ alongside a delicious cream tea. There’s also a good choice of local dog-friendly pubs where you can head for delicious local food after a day out in the countryside.
“Attention to detail”, “the perfect place to stay for a weekend retreat” and “we would highly recommend staying here if you want peace, tranquility and comfort in a gorgeous setting”. These are just a few of the comments on Trip Advisor. Don’t take our word for it find out for yourself. Grab your lead and start exploring Grange Farm Cottages.
If you want to leave your dog at the farm when you’re heading out to explore you are welcome to use the farm’s kennel and run.