As dog owners, we recognise the importance of travelling with your friend, we have 2 dog-friendly properties at Oaks Barn Farm The Granary and The Coach House both have their own private garden with views to open countryside.
The properties have been designed. to be dog friendly, with hard surface flooring to lounge and dining areas, please note that dogs are not allowed in the bedrooms.
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Walk from Oaks Barn Farm
Walk to Inkberrow, turning left out of the farm gate take the first road on the right for Knighton Lane: https://www.google.com/maps/dir/Oaks+Barn+Farm,+Knowle+Fields,+Alcester+B49+5LS,+UK/Inkberrowemail@example.com,-1.9827156,13.17z/data=!4m15!4m14!1m5!1m1!1s0x4870c2f5feaddd4d:0xe199d23f2bbb853!2m2!1d-1.931887!2d52.21765!1m5!1m1!1s0x4870c262e11c8021:0x8eda58dca7788e04!2m2!1d-1.9798934!2d52.2145659!3e2!5i2
The Old Bull Inn https://www.oldbullinkberrow.co.uk dates back to the 1600’s and is once said to have been the stop-off point for William Shakespeare, as he was travelling to Worcester to collect his marriage licence to Anne Hathaway.
The beautiful village of Inkberrow is also thought to be the inspiration behind BBC Radio 4’s long-running series of The Archers, with The Old Bull Inn, the muse for the pub in the soap.
During the Civil War, in 1645, Charles I left his maps in the church, after staying the night at the vicarage
Situated on the picturesque village green The Old Bull is the perfect starting and finishing point for several circular walks – the perfect stop for that well-earned drink!
The Inkberrow Millennium Green at the bottom of the lane is worth a visit, just past the 13th century St Peter’s Church, where you will find a well preserved medieval moat and fishponds.
Extend your walk by taking in the Millennium Way https://www.komoot.com/smarttour/1085914
We only recommend Pubs visited by ourselves, where particular attention is made to accommodating both dogs and their owners also providing exceptional food.
The Tavern Broom https://broomtavern.co.uk
The Why Not https://www.thewhynot.co.uk
River Walk To Alcester
Alcester is an old market town of Roman origin at the junction of the River Alne and the River Arrow in Warwickshire. https://www.alltrails.com/trail/england/warwickshire/arrow-mill-alcester-and-the-river-arrow-walk
Explore Oversley Wood https://walkiees.co.uk/dog-walks/warwickshire/oversley-woods-alcester-warwickshire
Bidford On Avon
Bidford on Avon Paid Parking, Off Lead Areas, Picnic Areas, Water On Route, Wheelchair Friendly https://walkiees.co.uk/dog-walks/warwickshire/bidford-on-avon
Stratford Upon Avon
Coughton Court Ford: https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/coughton-court/lists/walks-at-coughton-court
Just A Dog In A Field
Just a 10 min walk from Oaks Barn Farm Book a Just a Dog in a Field session, Just a dog in a field, is a secure, enclosed field for you to walk your dog. A six-foot fence encloses an acre of land. The field is set in the beautiful Worcestershire countryside with views of the Worcestershire beacons.