Nestled in the heart of the Cotswolds, Cirencester is a market town – a time capsule where history can be found on every corner. Often called the “Capital of the Cotswolds,” Cirencester doesn’t just boast about its ancient roots – it practically insists you take a stroll through time, pausing only to return to the modern-day periodically as you nab the occasional Instagrammable snap of its ancient architecture and stone buildings.
Now, here’s the scoop for the furrier tourists – the Cotswold region is extremely dog-friendly, and Cirencester is no exception. Your dog will love exploring this beautiful place with you – there are gorgeous old Roman ruins to see together and don’t forget plenty of dog walks in the broader countryside (or indeed, in Cirencester Park).
Fortunately, when the dog walks are done, there are also plenty of dog-friendly pubs, cafes, restaurants, and bars. So, finish up on your wander, and explore a few dog-friendly places to eat.