Dog owners

The Agar-Robartes family certainly loved their dogs © National Trust

The Agar-Robartes family certainly loved their dogs

Dog lovers welcome

If you've got a soft spot for friends of the four-legged kind, you're not alone. A quick browse through the Victorian family's albums reveals as many images of pets as of people.

Here you can see the Viscount Clifden with his children, Constance, Violet, Eva, Victor and Alexander and five of their terriers. Which one looks like a 'Scamp'?

Estate walks

You can pick up route guides for our estate walks at the Gatehouse, reception and shop.

You're welcome to park in our visitor car park by the plant centre or the car park at Respryn, which is handy for riverside walks.

Every dog has its day

It’s a dogs life at Lanhydrock

We love dogs so much that every August we dedicate a day to them.

Don't miss next year's free doggy event - with police dog displays, agility courses, grooming, food, a show and much more.

Date to be confirmed.

 

Walkies etiquette

Scamp the dog at Lanhydrock

Please keep dogs on their leads by riversides and in fields where livestock is grazing.

Sadly dogs (except assistance dogs) are not permitted in the gardens.

Stable café

Eat al fresco at the Stable cafe at Lanhydrock

Walking your dog around Lanhydrock's expansive estate can be hungry work, and if you fancy stopping for a snack or drink come to the Stable café where dogs are welcome in the outdoor seating area.

A tasty treat

A dog enjoys a tasty bone-shaped dog biscuit from Lanhydrock

A dog enjoys a tasty bone-shaped dog biscuit from Lanhydrock

Give your dog a bone ... one of our tasty, bone-shaped dog biscuits. You can buy these homemade biscuits from the Stable cafe as a treat for your pet while you grab a bite to eat, or even have a go at making them yourself at home. Check out our great recipe to find out how.

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