Walkies in the Midlands
We know how dear your four legged friends are to you and we love seeing them enjoying our outdoor spaces.
Our houses and some gardens unfortunately are only for humans, however there are acres and acres of places where you enjoy walkies with your dog, plus all of the below will supply your dogs with a well deserved drink.
Support dogs are also welcome, please check the property websites for more information.
Attingham’s dog policy will give you all the details you need for where you can take your dog on a lead. They can even be let off their leads in the woodlands so they can really run free.
Your four legged friends can enjoy the lake walk and woodland, plus they can also join you in some of the gardens, just check on arrival which ones
There are over 600 acres for you and your companion to enjoy at Calke, plus they have numerous walks they recommend for you.
When you arrive at Croome, speak to the wonderful team in visitor reception to find out where all the routes, watering holes and tie up posts are for you to make the most of your visit.
Dogs on leads are welcome to enjoy Hardwick in the Parkland and finish up with drinkies in the Stableyard.
Dog's are permitted everywhere at Lyveden New Bield, except for in the tearoom. Due to the livestock they must be kept on a lead at all times.
On arrival to Kedleston Hall pick up your dog walkers map and explore the acres of parkland with your furry friends (on leads).
Dogs on leads are very welcome all over the estate, including the grounds, woods and parkland. You can all venture down to Lower Brockhampton as well, where they are welcome by the medieval manor house (just not inside).
Dogs on leads are free to explore all of the outdoor space at Moseley Old Hall, they can even venture into the barn as long as they leave the little chickens in peace.