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.
Where can our four-legged friends sniff out some treasure (or doggy ice-cream) at Dunster Castle?
Planning a day out with the dog? Dogs are welcome at Bodiam Castle on short leads and in Castle View Café.
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.
Find out more about dog-walking at Charlecote. The parkland is open from 9am so you can enjoy a quieter stroll.
The North Helford countryside surrounding Glendurgan boasts over 300 acres of ambling woodland and coastal walks, offering stunning views across the Helford river and access to secluded Cornish coves.
Dogs just love a day out at Brockhampton, with 1,700 acres to explore and plenty of dog-friendly seating outside the tea-room and Granary it's enough to get all tails wagging!
Well-behaved dogs are welcome at many of the places in our care, here are just a few of our favourites.
Check out our brand new Kent Pooch Passport and see if you can earn an extra special treat for your dog this winter.
You are welcome to enjoy the garden and parkland with your dogs throughout the season.
Visiting us with your four-legged friend? Find out all you need to know.
Follow in the footsteps of Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild on this route that takes you through woodland, past beautiful artworks and gives you views of the wider estate.
With over 80 acres of woodland and farmland belonging to the Chartwell estate, there are plenty of places to explore, walk or take your dog.
Here at Chartwell, we love dogs. Bring your furry companion along on a short lead for a stroll around the gardens or go for a roam in the woods. Find out more about where you can and can't take your dog here.
This autumn open the door to the Grecian Valley at Stowe where you'll uncover how the designed landscape has inspired our predecessors and still draws creative responses today. Take in the restored statues and monuments on walks, guided tours, try a new digital app and read Poet-in-Residence Dan Simpson's collection of poems for Stowe.
Visit through the seasons to enjoy Rievaulx Terrace in all it's changing colours.
Dogs are welcome in the gardens and woodland, as we know they're part of the family too. All we ask is that you follow our lead when visiting with your pooch.
Everything you need to know about bringing your dog to Knightshayes, including walks in the parkland and woodland.
Discover the limestone countryside of the southern Peak District, famed for its wildlife and geology on an easy walk to Dovedale valley. On the River Dove you might spot ducks, dippers, heron or brown trout.