By prior arrangement Bean Goose Barn allows one well behaved dog, which is great news if you’ve got a pet pooch who’s very much part of your family holiday. It means you can bring your dog along when you come for a holiday or short break in Somerset – and what’s good is that right on the doorstep there’s miles and miles of glorious countryside to discover. No shortage of walkies!

Bean Goose Barn is on the Somerset Levels which is a very unique landscape of low lying fields and meadows, great for wildlife (particularly birds, so twitchers should bring binoculars!) but it can get a bit wet underfoot in the winter – so bring your wellies, just in case. The scenery in this neck of the woods is breathtaking and best appreciated from one of the vantage points; climb up to the Burton Pynsent Monument at Curry Rivel or to the ruined church at Burrow Mump and you’ll have a vista of unspoilt countryside that stretches for miles.

Take a stroll along the River Tone and wind up at The Bird in Hand at North Curry for a drink or lunch – it’s one of the many dog friendly pubs you’ll find in these parts. Go to Langport and have a saunter along the River Parrett to Muchelney where you should pop in the church to see the cheeky angels painted on the 17th century wagon roof. Head over to the Devon and Dorset coast for walks along the beach or on the South West Coast Path, or explore the beautiful Blackdown Hills where there are walks through the forest at Castle Neroche and Staple Hill, or around the tranquil nature reserve at Otterhead Lakes. Happy you, happy dog – just make sure you’ve got your camera with you.

Note: 1 dog is welcome at Bean Goose Barn and must be added when you are making your booking. A charge of £50 will then be applied to the booking total.

There are strict dog rules to abide by at our properties, so please make sure you have read these before planning to bring your dog. 

Dog Rules!

Ensure that dogs are kept off all furniture in the cottage and are not allowed in the bedrooms.

Dogs are not allowed in the hot tub. 

Dogs are not allowed to be left unattended in the cottage at any time. 

It is preferable that dogs sleep in crates at night, but if not please follow our guidelines as to where the dog should sleep.

Please ensure any wet or muddy dogs are dried off with a towel that you have brought with you, before being allowed into the cottage. 

Please ensure all dog mess is picked up throughout your stay and before you leave on the morning of departure. 

Please be aware that surrounding grounds and farmland may contain livestock. Please be courteous and make sure that dogs are kept on leads and full supervision is given at all times.

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