The Coach House

Andoversford, Cotswolds

Suitible for: 2 Humans icon 2 Humans
Suitible for: 1 Dogs icon 1 Dog
Suitible for: undefined Babies welcome icon Babies welcome

  • Enclosed garden
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Why we love it

Plenty of walks with dog friendly pit stops, in the heart of the Cotswolds. End the day with a BBQ in the courtyard and long soak in a roll top bath

What you'll love

Dogs will love

  • The enclosed courtyard for bathroom breaks
  • Looking dolefully at the treats out of reach on the side
  • Stopping off at the two dog-friendly pubs

Humans will love

  • Keeping up the fitness – complimentary local gym access
  • Snaffling the welcome basket of local fudges and juices
  • Barbecuing up a storm in the enclosed garden

The place

Spacious and airy, The Coach House is perfectly placed in the heart of the Cotswolds. With endless paths and bridleways criss-crossing the colourful hedgerows and fields, step out in the morning and traverse the country, until your four-legged friend is knackered. Although there are a couple of lovely dog-friendly pubs nearby, it’s a pretty rural area unless you head into Cheltenham, so this is less a place for adventure and more one for catching up – on the books you’ve been meaning to read, the recipes you haven’t the patience for at home, and quality time with your significant others, four legged and two. Back at home you can make use of the well-equipped kitchen, or the BBQ in the back garden, with seating indoors and out – to cook the dishes you simply don’t have time for at home. At the end of the day, have a soak in the roll top bath, and curl up on the comfy sofa, dog spent and draped over your feet.


  • 1 x Super King room


  • 1 x En suite bathroom with roll top bath and hand held shower, including toiletries
  • Washing machine and iron

Living and relaxing

  • Open plan living space with bifold doors that lead onto the courtyard
  • Sofa with footstool, to get really comfy
  • Smart TV
  • Complimentary access to a local gym with a fun timetable of exercise classes to enjoy

Cooking and dining

  • Kitchen including cooker, hob, fridge and coffee maker
  • Cooking basics supplied - oil, salt, pepper, tea, coffee and sugar
  • Dining table and chairs for two
  • BBQ in the courtyard
  • Table and chairs outside in the courtyard for outdoor dining

For the dog

  • Dog treats
  • Dog bowls

Booking information

  • Check in 1600
  • Check out 1000
  • Damage deposit of £150 to be organised direct with the owner before check in

Optional extras

  • Private chef or homecooked meals can be arranged by request
  • EV charging point
  • A cot and stairgate for babies, available by request
  • A high chair for babies available by request

You should know

  • The stairs lead straight up into the bedroom so there is no bedroom door
  • No dogs in the bedroom please
  • Andoversford village sits off a busy road but cannot be seen from the village itself
  • The Coach House and Coal Merchant's Cottage are attached so there may be some noise through the walls however this usually has not been a problem. Both spaces can be rented out for a group of eight guests
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In the neighbourhood

  • There’s footpaths and bridleways out into the surrounding countryside for you and your dog to explore and two dog friendly pubs, The Frogmill Hotel, and The Royal Oak in walking distance.
  • Cheltenham is just a 15-minute drive away, with all its shopping, theatre, cinemas, restaurants and of course – the racecourse
  • Dunkerton’s Cider and farm shop is just a five-minute drive away, with organic cider made on site, as well as a deli selling organic British charcuterie, olives and antipasti, as well as a selection of organic cheeses
  • A number of other charming Cotswold villages within a 20-minute drive: Lower Slaughter, Stow-on-the-Wold, Bourton-on-the-Water and Bibury
  • The historic market town of Cirencester, worth a visit for the now ruinous Roman amphitheatre, followed by a tour of the Corinium museum, where the relics of the roman legacy of the town now rest. For those looking for more contemporary features, pop into the New Brewery Arts centre – housing local artisan’s work, studios and a café to refuel
  • Daylesford Farm shop just a 25-minute drive away, selling organic produce, organic meat, bread, and much more. As well as all the food on offer, there’s climate conscious cleaning products, skincare and wine – and events on occasion with chefs and authors coming to visit.
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