Top dog-friendly walks near Broadway

Dog-friendly walks

Since our village is nestled in one of the prettiest parts of the Cotswolds, it's little wonder that we have a wealth of wonderful walking routes, right on our doorstep. Here are some of our favourite walking trails in Broadway and the surrounding towns and villages.

Broadway village to Broadway Tower

There’s a lovely, four-mile circular walk to the tower and back, which you can pick up at Broadway High Street. It’s steep in places, but when you reach the top of the second-highest point in the Cotswolds, you’re rewarded with spectacular views.

Walks around Broadway Tower

If your canine companion prefers a short walk, it takes less than ten minutes to drive up to the Tower, where you can park in the pay-and-display car park. Stroll along the lovely, mile-long circular walk around the parkland, which includes agility obstacles for lively pooches.

Broadway to Snowshill

Snowshill is a little village in the hills above Broadway that has picturesque honey-hued cottages and an old church. It takes about an hour to walk up to the village, but it’s worth it for the views across the Severn Valley and the Vale of Evesham.

If you prefer gentler dog walks, you can drive up to manor’s car park, and take the National Trust-recommended circular walk. At 3.5 miles, it’s a fantastic afternoon’s ramble.

Batsford Arboretum

Batsford Arboretum is a gorgeous 55-acre garden in nearby Moreton-in-Marsh. The dog-friendly park is just a 15-minute drive from the village of Broadway and is the perfect place for a dog walk if you prefer footpaths to open countryside.

Cleeve Hill

Cleeve Hill is an easy 11-mile drive from Broadway, but worth it for the beautiful open countryside. Walks around here take in hills, woodlands and plenty of appealing little pubs. The National Trail has a circular walk around Cleeve Hill.

Croome Park

This sweeping National Trust park is just 17 miles from Broadway. We love Croome Park’s wide-open spaces – and so will your dog. Please keep your pooch on the lead, and don’t forget to pre-book your visit on the National Trust website.