Most of our time spent in The Cotswolds was travelling from place to place to try and take in as much as we could. When travelling with dogs, you do have to take into account that the places you visit have somewhere you can eat, have a drink or even be entertained by but have the dogs with you.
We pulled up at Bourton-on-the-water and again, parking was free. There were lots of little boutiques down both sides of the road so we ventured in a few for a browse as quite a lot were dog friendly.
Bourton-on-the-Water is famous for it’s model village but unfortunately, the model village is not dog friendly so we didn’t go into there for a look. We had a good walk around the village, over the little bridges.
We decided to nip for a coffee so we went into The Knightsbridge Inn as there was a huge sign outside which said it was dog friendly. We went into the bar and had two coffees which were lovely. There was a lovely fire roaring away and dogs were looked after with a bowl of water.
Every little inch of the Cotswolds is just so picturesque!
Another little highlight of Bourton-on-the-water is the motor museum which we weren’t able to visit (again due to the pooches). It is a star attraction and is home to Brum.