The Cottage at The Feathered Nest

Nether Westcote, Cotswolds

Suitible for: 4 Humans icon 4 Humans
Suitible for: 3 Dogs icon 3 Dogs
Suitible for: undefined Children welcome icon Children welcome
Suitible for: undefined Babies welcome icon Babies welcome

  • Enclosed garden
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Why we love it

Enjoy a stylish stay that (includes breakfast!) in The Cotswolds, with far-reaching views, a restaurant adjacent, and a deep bath to settle into at day’s end

What you'll love

Dogs will love

  • Happily tromping about the garden out front
  • Discovering all the bowls, beds and treats left for them
  • Coming along to the dog-friendly Inn next door, or touring dog-friendly towns nearby

Humans will love

  • Letting their stresses float away after a soak in the roll top bath
  • Taking an afternoon to relax and read a book on the double swing chair in the front garden
  • Curling up by the wood burner and ‘just resting their eyes’

The place

No matter the time of day or day of the week, the views at The Cottage are open - and they’re stupendous. From your garden, you’ll see the Cotswolds stretching out to the horizon and might even spot a dog-friendly town or two in the distance. You could spend your days touring the local area and getting great walks in, or simply relaxing at home, melting into the deep bathtub or napping fireside. Best of all, although there are a few choice places to pick up supplies nearby for a decadent dinner, you can pop next door to the inn for a spot of fine dining if cooking feels too much like hard work. If you’re looking for a place to showcase the best of the Cotswolds all year round, you’ve found the place.


  • 1 x Super King room
  • 1 x Fold-out sofa bed in living room


  • Bathroom with rainfall shower and freestanding bath
  • Bramley hand soap, shower gel, shampoo and conditioner
  • Robes
  • Hairdryer

Living and relaxing

  • Double swing chair in front garden
  • Wood burner
  • Unlimited firewood
  • Sofa in living room

Cooking and dining

  • Kitchenette including two ring induction hob, kettle, toaster, Nespresso machine, microwave, and small fridge/freezer
  • Fridge/freezer is stocked with complimentary soft drinks and alcoholic drinks that are available to purchase
  • Welcome hamper with fresh cookies, biscuits and crisps
  • Cooking basics supplied - milk, tea and Nespresso coffee
  • Dining table and seating for four
  • Breakfast bar with two stools

For the dog

  • Treats
  • Beds
  • Shampoo
  • Food and water bowls

Booking information

  • Check in 1400
  • Check out 1100
  • £25 per dog per stay

Optional extras

  • Breakfast included!
  • Cot and highchairs available on request
  • Guests can order room service to the cottage from the inn

You should know

  • The inn is closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, so guests can't book lunch or dinner on these days and breakfast on these days is a simple croissant delivery instead of the usual offering in the inn's dining room.
  • If dogs are visiting the inn, please keep them to the bar which is dog friendly, and not the restaurant, which is only human friendly
  • There’s an enclosed garden in front of the property but escape artists may still make a getaway!
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In the neighbourhood

  • Head on over to Broadway, half an hour away, for plenty of dog-friendly fun. This charming little chocolate-box town has plenty to discover for you both. There’s The Cotswold’s Dog Boutique, where you can shop for all things dog for you both. Whilst you’re there, pop into the Italian café: No.32 Broadway, which serves Italian dishes with a Tuscan specialty in a dog-friendly environment (just don’t act out Lady and the Tramp).
  • Stow-on-the-Wold is a mere ten minutes by car and you can grab a few supplies for your nights away. If you pop into the local Majestic wine store, you can ensure you have the evening’s chilled bottle ready for dinner, but if you’re not in the mood for effort, then head over to Sheep, on Sheep Street, for a little dog-friendly dining (in the bar area).
  • 12 minutes to the west, you’ll find the little town of Bourton-on-the-Water, nicknamed the ‘Venice of the Cotswolds’. It’s filled full of little bridges crossing the shallow river that runs through it, and either side you’ll find plenty of restaurants and attractions that welcome dogs. If you get time, pop into Botanical, a beautiful cafe, shop and ice cream parlour, which has an added bonus of serving Marshfield’s Scoop’s Ice Cream for Dogs.
  • You can’t stay this close to Daylesford and not visit. You’ll find an absolutely incredible farm shop there, Daylesford Organic – whose produce you may struggle to not fill your vehicle with. It’s also site of the Bamford Wellness Spa, which could be an ideal place to shuck some stress. If it weren’t for the honey-coloured clad of the stone, you’d swear you were in LA.
  • If your dog’s not the jealous type, you might like to head south a couple of miles and visit the Cotswold Wildlife Park. It’s dog friendly almost entirely throughout, and you can introduce your dog to many of the creatures, great and small that live there, like rhinos, tigers, owls and bats!
  • There’s usually a good walk from most of our spaces, but this one’s a little different. The Cotswolds Way is a 102-mile route that takes in some of the best of the scenery of this AONB. Whilst it’s one of many, consider it the trump card of walks, as it offers sweeping views, historic monuments, and plenty of picturesque villages on the way.
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