Cotswold pub named one of the UK's best dog-friendly pubs to visit this summer

This charming Cotswold pub owned by Daylesford is ranked among the best dog-friendly pubs to visit in the UK this summer. And you can even try its Michelin-approved tasting menu with dogs in tow!

By Annabel Lammas  |  Published
The Wild Rabbit in Kingham has been named one of the best dog-friendly pubs in the UK to visit this summer by Canine Cottages.

Famously dog-friendly, Gloucestershire and the Cotswolds are home to plenty of pet owners and warmly welcome visitors with four-legged friends.

Not only will you find one of the country's best dog walking destinations, but new research from Canine Cottages reveals the Cotswolds is also home to one of the UK's best dog-friendly pubs to visit this summer.

Second in a new list of pubs with the best dog-friendly gardens, The Wild Rabbit in Kingham welcomes dogs in its bar area, as well as its front and back terrace.

Visitor reviews on TripAdvisor cite this stylish gastropub, owned by Daylesford Organic Farm, as being 'super dog-friendly', often spoiling its four-legged patrons with treats.

A hot spot for fine dining, The Wild Rabbit is revered for its food, with a mention in the Michelin Guide for its accomplished modern dishes packed with natural flavours from Daylesford's homegrown ingredients.

Great news for foodies with dogs, as both its tasting menu and a la carte menus are served the fur-friendly bar area! 

Research from Canine Cottages reveals that 79 per cent of dog owners look for dog-friendly pubs and restaurants when booking staycations — with searches for 'dog-friendly pubs near me' rocketing by over 5,000 per cent in the last 30 days, according to data from Google Search Trends on 17 June 2024.

Luckily, dog owners are spoilt for choice when it comes to holidaying with their pooches in Gloucestershire and the Cotswolds. Check out SoGlos's dog-friendly destinations series for all the ins-paw-ation you need!

Not forgetting our very own pick of dog-friendly pubs in the Cotswolds, too.

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