Four Legged Friends at Eyam Hall and Craft Centre

A Dog at Eyam

From Chihuahuas to St. Bernards, dogs of all shapes and sizes are welcome at Eyam. Nestled in the heart of the Peak District, our Craft Centre is the perfect base to start exploring the countryside with your four-legged friend.

Thinking of visiting Eyam with your dog? Here are some of our top tips for a fun-day out with your four-legged friend.

Dog walking at Eyam
Dog walking at Eyam

Dogs are welcome in the Craft Centre at Eyam where there are shaded areas during the summer months and plenty of seating to relax after a long walk.

Planning on paws-ing for a snack? The Buttery in the Craft Centre offers a great selection of refreshments and has outdoor seating. There are water bowls dotted around the courtyard too so your pooch can stay hydrated.

Dogs are welcome in the National Trust shop where we can advise you on local walking routes, or you can pick up a walks postcard and explore for yourself. We also allow well behaved dogs on leads on our guided village tours.

We don't allow dogs in the Hall, gardens, or on our bookable walks and we strongly advise that you keep your dogs on leads whilst in the Craft Centre. Please also be aware that the craft shops are independent of the National Trust and may, therefore, have different dog policies.

We welcome assistance dogs in all of our indoor spaces, including the Hall and gardens.