Doggy dining is coming to the Cotswolds for Valentine's Day

Share the puppy love with your four-legged friend and treat them to a gourmet Valentine's Day dinner – with a special doggy dining menu launching at Lower Mill Estate's Ballihoo restaurant to celebrate the day of love in 2023.

By Annabel Lammas  |  Published
Four-legged diners can order a gourmet meal from the special doggy menu at Lower Mill Estate's restaurant this February 2023.

A hotspot for romantic getaways and dog-friendly staycations alike, Lower Mill Estate near Cirencester is giving holidaymakers the opportunity to treat their pups this Valentine's Day, serving a gourmet menu of doggy dinners at its on-site restaurant.

Guests staying at the country estate can invite their dogs to a dinner date at its field-to-fork restaurant, Ballihoo, with three dog-friendly dishes for canine companions to sink their teeth into this February 2023.

Catering for even the most particular of pooches, all menu options are gluten- and dairy-free – with plates of hearty beef chunks, served with spinach and cinnamon, and salmon mixed with red pepper and kidney beans that are bound to get tails wagging!

Not forgetting those with strict dietary requirements, there's a special vegetarian option of courgette, carrots and lentils, too.

Diners can order a doggy dinner with their main course when they eat at Ballihoo – which is only open to Lower Mill Estate guests and homeowners – throughout February 2023.

Nestled within Cotswold Water Park, with endless trails and waterways to explore, Lower Mill Estate is the paw-fect place for a dog-friendly holiday in the Cotswolds.

For more information, or to book, contact Lower Mill Estate.

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