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.
We welcome dogs at Attingham Park and there are acres upon acres for you to enjoy with your canine companion.
If you want to see a wilder side to Cliveden then head to the woodland. You'll find miles of paths to explore and stunning views leading back to the gardens and over the surrounding countryside.
Wentworth Castle Gardens welcomes all well-behaved dogs and their humans. We have recently introduced a dog friendly area inside the Long Barn café for those days when it's too chilly to sit outside.
Every season brings beautiful changes to the 1,000 acres of Knole Park. Dom Andrews, the Knole Estate Park and Deer Keeper, talks us through the sights to look out for and how he cares for the wild deer herd and ancient estate.
Take a walk to Gunby's Ice House Pond or venture further afield to the remains of Bratoft Manor.
Stretch your legs and enjoy a gentle walk around Beningbrough’s wider estate taking in the historic parkland. As well as the option to take in the bluebells in the spring, you can also include a loop round Newton village making this a really flexible walk, depending on how far you want to wander on your adventures.
We welcome well-behaved dogs on short leads at Claremont from October to April.
Much of Ilam Park and Dovedale is grazed by livestock that are owned by our tenant farmers. Dogs are always welcome, but please keep them on a lead to help us minimise disturbance to livestock and wildlife.
Take a gentle stroll down to the lake and take a moment to take in the scenery and the sites and sounds of the parkland.
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.
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.
Dogs just love a day out at Brockhampton, with 1,700 acres to explore and plenty of dog-friendly seating dotted around. Plan your day out with your four-legged friend.
Check out our brand new Kent Pooch Passport and see if you can earn an extra special treat for your dog this winter.
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.
Follow our doggy dos and don’ts for a safe and fun trip on the moors.
Be part of a 400 year old history of visiting Knole when you walk through the gates of Knole House. Or explore the vast expanse of Knole's parkland, offering green open space and the rare chance to walk within a protected conservation area. The park covers 1,000 acres, part of which is owned and managed by the National Trust, with the rest (including the deer herd) in the care of the Sackville family’s Knole Estate.
We have recently introduced licenses for professional dog walkers at Tredegar House to help keep all users of the parkland and gardens safe.