Dog Friendly Cottages and Bed & Breakfasts in Oxfordshire
The University Parks in Oxford are another great place to visit; the 70 acres of parkland are located in the centre of Oxford and offer a welcome green space amongst the world famous colleges of Oxford University.
Oxfordshire in general offers many miles of country walks through a county steeped in history and heritage. There is Shotover Country park offering nearly 200 acres of varied landscape and spectacular views. Or how about a circular walk from Kidlington? Taking in the ruins of the manor house at Hampton Gay, with views across the floodplain, the walk visits the tiny hamlet of Thrupp and along the Oxford canal towards Annie's Tea Room, with 2 dog friendly pubs also en route.
Farm Stay dog-friendly cottages and B&B's mean that you can enjoy all that Oxfordshire has to offer, all with your dog by your side.
Here are Farm Stay’s selection of Dog Friendly Holiday properties in Oxfordshire.