Dogs at our places
Dog-lovers and their pooches look no further. If you’re looking for fun things to do together, here’s all our dog-related content in one place.
Find out more about dog-walking at Charlecote. The parkland is open from 9am so you can enjoy a quieter stroll.
We love dogs and they're more than welcome to explore the gardens and estate with you. While dogs are welcome in most places we ask that you keep dogs on a short lead at all times while you visit, so that everyone can enjoy their time with us.
You are welcome to enjoy the gardens and parkland with your owners throughout the season.
Cotehele’s colourful garden and woodlands are full of birds and wildlife; there are 1,300 acres to cover at this calm oasis, so come along and get ready to explore.
Dogs on leads are very welcome at Brean Down. There are water bowls in the car park and outdoor eating area and plenty of coastal terrain to stretch four legs.
After a long stroll in the fresh air with your four-legged friend, it’s nice to have somewhere to sit back and put your feet (or paws) up. We’ve chosen some of our favourite walks with dog-friendly cafés, so you can enjoy getting outside.
Take your dog on a paw patrol to explore the gardens and parkland. Please keep them on leads at all times. We provide water bowls outside the cafe for refreshment, treats in the shop and join our monthly guided dog walks.
Dogs are always welcome to explore our places with their owners. Here's the lowdown on the best places for dogs in the North East.
The New Forest is a great place for dog walking, with winding tracks perfectly suited for canine companions.
The White Cliffs of Dover are a great place to bring your dog for a walk, we have miles of footpaths for you both to enjoy. To help you while you're here take a look at our dog walking guide.
Enjoy a walk with your dog in the grounds of Waddesdon or within the wider estate.
You and your pooch can unearth the lesser-known parts of the castle grounds on our dog walking trail.
We're as mad about dogs as you are and many of our places provide facilities for you and your dog, such as shady parking spaces, water for drinking bowls and hitching posts where dogs may be left.
Lyme disease is a bacterial infection spread to humans by infected ticks. Ticks are tiny spider-like creatures found in woodland and heath areas. Find out what to do if you're worried about ticks or Lyme disease.
This is a circular route perfect for dog walking and for exploring the historic parkland. It takes you through open fields and past some of the most special trees in the Knightshayes parkland, including the Turkey Oak, believed to be the largest in the UK.
Take a walk to Gunby's Ice House Pond or venture further afield to Monksthorpe Chapel. Take a look at our downloadable trails and how to book Nordic Walking sessions.
With 1300 acres to explore, come and join us for a wander with your four-legged friend.