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.
Hints and tips for the best ways to take your dog for a walk around the Lanhydrock countryside.
You are welcome to enjoy the garden and parkland with your dogs at Montacute House throughout the season. Here are some useful things to know when bringing your dog to Montacute, and our favourite walking routes.
You are welcome to bring your four-legged friends to Kingston Lacy in Dorset and we have plenty of walks around the estate for you to enjoy.
Enjoy visiting Wicken Fen with your dog. We welcome all dogs and their humans. To make sure that everyone has an enjoyable visit, we have put together some tips and access information.
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.
Please read this guide to help you to keep yourselves, your dogs, livestock, wildlife and the environment safe, when you are walking at the Cheshire and Wirral countryside places. Please keep your dog under close control at all times - thank you for your cooperation.
Planning on bringing your dog to Speke Hall? Dogs on leads are more than welcome in most areas of our grounds, but there are a few things you need to know.
You no longer need to book in advance to visit Nostell. This article contains top tips for a day out with us, from access and facilities to the latest safety information.
Find out more about dog-walking at Charlecote. The parkland is open from 9am so you can enjoy a quieter stroll.
We welcome dogs across many areas of the estate, including dogs on leads in most formal areas and outside our catering facilities. Remember to always pick up your dog’s waste and leave Cliveden as beautiful as when you arrived.
Where can our four-legged friends sniff out some treasure (or doggy ice cream) at Dunster Castle? With parkland, the river garden, south terrace and the Keep to explore with your dogs, there's lots for four-legged friends to see.
Wondering where to take your dog next? Across coastlines and countryside, mountains and woodlands, we've got some fantastic locations and landscapes for you and your four-legged friends to explore and enjoy. Get some tips too to make the most of your walk.
Follow our doggy dos and don’ts for a safe and fun trip on the moors.
We'd love to see you and your dog here at Berrington. Come and explore the 250 acres of 'Capability' Brown parkland.
With miles of walks through the woods and countryside Wallington is an ideal place to bring your dog along when you visit.
West Runton and Beeston Heath are open for visitors.
Well behaved dogs are very welcome at Studland Bay. We have certain restrictions to ensure everyone enjoys the beach, whether on two or four feet.