Pet Friendly Cottage Company

Ostlers

South Coast
Sleeps 6

Located just 4 miles for the delightful village of Nunton in Wiltshire, Ostlers is a charming detached cottage with plenty of character and original features. The property has been finished to a high standard has lovely vaulted, beamed ceilings, exposed brick walls and a woodburning stove.

The accommodation has been well thought out and comprises a light and airy sitting room, modern kitchen, garden room with lovely views and three bedrooms. The décor is classic and chic and the attention to detail excellent. Outside is an enclosed lawned garden with furniture where guests can relax after a day of sightseeing.

The location of the cottage is also fantastic with plenty of lovely rural walks to enjoy close by. We recommend spending a day in nearby Salisbury, with its magnificent cathedral and good selection of cosmopolitan shops and restaurants.

Stonehenge, Wilton House and the New Forest National Park are also within reach. For families a visit to Longleat Safari Park is not to be missed. Two well behaved dogs are welcome.

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Pet Friendly Days Out in South Coast
Maiden Castle
Maiden Castle in Dorset is without question one of the largest and most complex Iron Age hillforts in Europe. The vast area is equivalent to 50 football pitches providing plenty of space for those with pets in need of a good walk. Many years ago these dramatic forts protected several hundred residents and recent excavations have revealed a fascinating history of inter-tribal rivalry, Roman invaders and stores of sling-stones.  Dogs on leads are welcome.
Porchester Castle
Loacted in Hampshire, this glorious castle is a fantastic choice for a family day trip and is highly recommended for those looking for plenty of space to walk their dogs. The stunning castle affords breathtaking views across the harbor where visitors can also find a good selection of cafes, pubs and restaurants.
Lyme Regis Pine Walk
One of the south coasts most popular spots for keen walkers and their dogs. The path is a pleasant 1 mile and takes in some stunning scenery and tranquil National Trust Land. Don't forget to take water for your dog if the weather is on the warm side.
21st October 2017