Bring your dog to Brockhampton

a young boy with his dog in the woods

Bring your dog for a day out at Brockhampton. The estate is dog friendly with miles of woods and parkland to explore to tire out your four legged friend.

With 1,700 acres of beautiful parkland we love welcoming visitors with their dogs, who are often eager for some exercise. We do ask that dogs are kept on their leads at all times as Brockhampton is a farmed estate with livestock grazing throughout. We also have a duty of care for the wildlife living on the estate and would like to avoid any disturbance from over-exited dogs but are happy for you and your four-legged friend to explore any of the way-marked walks whilst being kept safe on the lead. 

Bring your dog along
Brock the Jack Russel posing for the camera
Bring your dog along

Water bowls can be located at The Granary and the Old Apple Store tea-room as well as outside taps for muddy paws. Dog waste bins can be found outside Visitor Reception and in the top car park. In the woods, we are happy for you to use the ‘stick and flick’ method.

Dogs enjoying their visit
Three dogs in front of wooden gatehouse
Dogs enjoying their visit

We're happy for your pet to accompany you around the manor, further estate and outside the Old Apple Store tea-room. As a conservation charity, we can only allow service dogs inside the manor house and for hygiene reasons can only allow service dogs inside the tea-room. The manor house does not take long to look around so it is possible to leave your dog with a family member or friend whilst you look inside, there are a couple of dog tethers outside the manor, you are welcome to use these but please do not leave your dog unattended. 

The Granary has a hard floor so we are happy for you to bring your dog inside with you whilst having a browse.