Pet Friendly Breaks
At The Wild Rabbit, we welcome dogs to our garden rooms and a number of our cottages. To ensure our four-legged friends have a comfortable stay with us, we provide a dog bed, water bowl and treats. Our dog friendly cottages have fantastic Cotswold walks right on our doorstep.
Dogs are welcome on our front and back terrace of The Wild Rabbit, as well as the bar area where we have a fun selection of board games in the snug.
Four Paws Welcome
Discover all you need to know for a stay in our dog friendly cottages in the heart of the Cotswolds.
Which cottages are dog friendly?
We welcome dogs in the following Kingham village cottages: Robin Cottage, Lark Cottage, Dove Cottage, Hatchling Cottage, Nestling Cottage, Bantam Cottage, Orpington Cottage and in all of our Daylesford Farm Cottages.
Which rooms are dog friendly?
If you are bringing two dogs we suggest you book our standard room Mole or one of our dog friendly cottages.
Is there an additional charge?
We charge £15 per dog per night which is payable upon check-in.
Dog beds and water bowls are provided on request and are free of charge.
Where can I walk my dog?
We have over 2,000 acres of organic farmland to explore, which begin right on our doorstep, whether you are staying at Kingham Village or Daylesford Farm.
We highly recommend walking to Daylesford from The Wild Rabbit, following the signposted walks to discover the surrounding Cotswold countryside. Alternatively you can walk across the River Evenload to Bledington Village and across the Oddington Ashes for a longer ramble.
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Where are we able to take our dogs at The Wild Rabbit?
Well-behaved dogs are welcome on our front and back terrace, as well as the bar area. Dogs are not allowed in the main dining room save for assistance dogs. We ask all owners to behave responsibly and clean up after their dog.
Where are we able to take our dogs at Daylesford Farm?
Dogs are welcome in the Legbar café and in both our Old Spot and Legbar outdoor courtyards.
Please note, we are unable to allow dogs into the farmshop areas. We do however have ‘dog parking’ areas outside our farmshops.