Can’t bear those sad puppy dog eyes and the tail between the legs? Then bring your pet pooch to the House on the Hill – he’s more than welcome, as long as he’s well behaved and doesn’t jump all over the furniture! And oh boy, what a great time he’ll have! Walks galore, right from the doorstep, on footpaths, bridleways and narrow lanes, with the whole of the beautiful Chalke Valley (AONB) to explore. You can go down to the village and walk from the The Horseshoe Inn to Bowerchalke, or go over to Broadchalke and walk from The Queen’s Head to Fifield Bavant; there in the field is the second smallest church in England, dating back to the 13th century.

Of course, there’s nothing to stop you taking your furry friend out with you for the day – perhaps to the Jurassic coast where he can enjoy a walk on the cliffs and play on the shingle beach at Durdle Door or Lulworth Cove. You could even venture over to the New Forest where you’ll find woodland tracks to walk and miles and miles of open heathland to explore.

Note: Two dogs are welcome at this property and must be added when you are making your booking. A charge of £50 per dog will then be applied to the booking total.

We have very strict dog rules to abide by at our properties, so please make sure that these are read and understood by all. 

Dog Rules!

Ensure that dogs are kept off all furniture in the house and are not allowed to go upstairs.

Dogs are not allowed in the swimming pool or any part of the pool surrounding area. 

Dogs are not allowed to be left unattended in the property 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 that any wet or muddy dogs are dried off with a towel that you have brought with you, before being allowed into the house. 

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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