Dog friendly hotel Oxfordshire
Calling all our four legged friends! We have a paw-fect doggy break for you and your owners at our dog friendly Hotel in Woodstock, Oxfordshire. Arrive to the hotel to collect your doggy bag of goodies to enjoy during your stay, including a bowl to keep, an old towel to borrow, and a walking booklet full of tried-and-tested routes suitable for a Chihuahua to a Great Dane.
Blenheim Palace welcome dogs in the grounds, so there is something to keep your owners entertained too! After getting your paws muddy on your walk, return to the hotel for a tasty dog treat and a cosy night’s sleep in the dog bed provided.
To book, sit and stare at your owners until they dial 01993 812291.
You’ll need to keep your owners’ energy levels up if you want another long walk on the next day, so we’ll include a three course meal for them in our Bar, where you can lie at their feet to make sure they behave. We’ll also provide a human bed in your room, and breakfast for them on the morning of your stay.
- Goodie bags for dogs
- Walking route booklet
- Overnight accommodation for dogs and owners
- 3 course dinner
- Full English breakfast
All from just £199 per room.
This offer is based on a Woodstock Room for one dog and two humans sharing a room. Higher category rooms and additional four-legged friends are available at a supplementary rate. Subject to availability on a Sunday – Friday evening until 21st December 2019. Please note that dogs are not permitted inside Blenheim palace.
Best Rates Direct
Book early via our website and we’ll give you our very best rates and breakfast for free.
Your canine companion is more than welcome here – we even have dedicated dog friendly rooms.
48 hour cancellation
Need to cancel your booking? No problem. Give at least 48-hours’ notice and incur no charge.
A Dog’s Review
You may already know that we love dogs, but we wanted to share a first-hand experience – it doesn’t get better than from a four-legged perspective! Here, Dodger shares what he thought of his recent dog-friendly stay at The Feathers, arguably one of the most dog friendly hotels in Oxfordshire.
Woof and wags, my name is Dodger the dog and I have just treated my humans to the Paw-fect Escape here at The Feathers in Woodstock. As an experienced dog travel expert – I have awarded it top paws!
My humans were offered a drink from the bar while I enjoyed my complimentary water and collected my dog treats from the front desk. The human on reception gave me my own dog bowl and a dog towel to borrow whilst advising us of great dog-friendly walks and places to see. She even said that if we gave notice to the receptionists that they were able to dog-sit well behaved canines should my owners wish to go further afield for a short while.
It was great to get out and explore the local shops which were very interesting, complete with a lot of smells that I needed to investigate and friendly faces I wanted to greet.
When we returned to our friendly hotel my dog bed was ready in our room and the humans were also well catered for. I got to explore the room but I made sure not to jump on any of the furniture – that wouldn’t have been very polite of me. I had a little snooze before dinner and used my complimentary towel to ensure I looked my best. I had dinner in my bowl and it was very tasty but I was hoping to try a bit of the humans’ plates later on…
My humans enjoyed a three-course dinner in the Bar and I ensured we were well behaved. I didn’t get any leftovers from their plates because there wasn’t any! Soon it was time for bed and I must say, we slept very well.
The Next Morning
The next morning we all got up and my owners decided to have breakfast in their room and finally, I got to have a sausage! A real highlight of the trip was a visit to Blenheim Palace; we had a furry good walk and lots of fun in the extensive grounds which are dog-friendly. There was so much to see and so many friends to greet that it took all day to explore.
It was sad to pack up my dog toys and depart but with a trip to the nearby Kidlington Circular Walk on the agenda I began to feel a bit better. Everyone at reception made sure to give me a fuss and a goodbye dog treat – it’s safe to say I would love to go back again.
Now some info for your humans; there are no charges for dogs on all packages. The Feathers only charge £10 (one-off fee not per night) if their four-legged friend requires a dog bowl, bed and towel. I was allowed everywhere apart from the main dining room and with a massive 16 out of 21 rooms dog-friendly, there is plenty of choice for your stay.
Want to bring your four-legged friend along for your getaway? There is only one choice when it comes to dog friendly hotels in Oxfordshire.