Two dogs can come with you on your group holiday at Pigertons, so no need to fret about booking kennels or dogsitters! That’s great news, after all, dogs are very much a part of the family so why shouldn’t they join you when you go on your holibobs? 

Pigertons is very self contained so you shouldn’t need to be keeping an eye on your mutt all the time; there’s a walled garden and a roof terrace with a glass balcony, so as long as he’s well behaved it’ll be fine. What else is great is that because Pigertons is part of the Little Hesdin estate in the Somerset and Wiltshire borderlands, there are 20 acres of woods and fields to explore right from the doorstep! Just make sure you keep him on a lead though because there are alpacas, goats, sheep and chickens in the fields and we wouldn’t want it to get messy…

Get up early and take your pooch for an amble through Black Dog Woods – you’re in for a treat if the bluebells are out! If you’ve got an OS map you’ll see there are loads of footpaths and bridleways branching off from the village of Chapmanslade just up the road; pull on your boots, go explore. Climb up to Cley Hill for the most awesome views, walk up to the Iron Age fort at Bratton Camp and see the ginormous white horse carved on the chalk hillside – one of 8 of Wiltshire's famous White Horses.  

If you’re going out for the day, plan it so you can take your four legged friend; have a saunter round the lakes at Stourhead, a stroll about the village at Lacock, or a wander amongst the flowers at the Peto Gardens at Ilford Manor. Another good walk is along the towpath at Bradford on Avon or at Seend Locks where there’s a good waterside pub, The Barge Inn. Tail wagging-tastic! Book your dog friendly holiday in the West Country today!

Note: Two dogs are welcome at Pigertons and must be added when you make your booking. A charge of £50 per dog will then be applied to the booking total. We do have dog rules 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 house and garden.

Dogs are not allowed in the swim spa.  

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

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

Please feed your dog either outside or in the utility/boot room.

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; therefore, please be courteous and make sure that dogs are kept on leads and fully supervised at all times.