Dog-friendly holidays in Herefordshire

Herefordshire is a wonderful holiday destination for walkers and their four-legged companions. With the Wye snaking its way through the county, there are heaps of riverside walking routes to choose from. Away from the river, enjoy a stroll through the region’s many woodlands or tackle a hill or two – Herefordshire’s undulating landscape is great for challenging rambles. From the 15th-century Old Mill Cottage, to the sprawling Oast House, our dog-friendly properties in the area are perfect for any occasion. As with all of our pooch-proof properties, we’ve included a few extras, like a spare bowl, to make your stay as easy as possible.

The interior of Cwmmau Farmhouse

Cwmmau Farmhouse 

Surrounded by rolling hills, Cwmmau Farmhouse is ideally located for an active break, for you and your dog. With its large oak beams, stone floors and leaded windows, you'll love the feeling of history and space in this substantial property – perfect for large family groups and four-legged friends.

The exterior of Ambrey Cottage, Leominster, Herefordshire

Ambrey Cottage 

With spectacular views and woodland walks straight from the front door, Ambrey Cottage occupies a prime position near the ancient hill-fort of Croft Ambrey. After spending the day exploring the area, you and your dog can warm up by the property’s welcoming open fire. Ambrey really ticks the boxes for a secluded countryside break.

The exterior of Old Linceter, Whitbourne, Herefordshire

Old Linceter 

Dating back to the 1800s, Old Linceter is a characterful property with sweeping views over to the Malvern Hills. Your pet will love darting around the old orchard and large terraced garden that surrounds the cottage, while you sit back and plan your next adventure.

Old Mill Cottage, Herefordshire

Old Mill Cottage 

Old Mill is a remote, 15th-century stone cottage situated on the Brockhampton estate in the heart of a tranquil woodland. Accessed via a wooden footbridge over a stream, the property is surrounded by a pretty garden, perfect for an early morning walk. When you return there's the pretty woodburning stove sitting in an inglenook fireplace to make things cosy.

The exterior of The Oast House, Whitbourne, Herefordshire

The Oast House 

With its hop kilns still standing, this impressive 18th-century property is bursting with character, from oak beams to a freestanding bath. Located deep in the Herefordshire countryside, this large but cosy property with masses of space is the perfect retreat for large family or friend groups with pets in tow.