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 in a large area of the gardens and on the wider estate. Find out more about visiting Polesden Lacey with your dog here. For more information, feel free to pick up a dog walkers leaflet as you arrive at Polesden Lacey.
Croome is the perfect place for a walk, whatever the season. With dog friendly maps, downloadable walks, water bowls and waste bins, we hope you enjoy your walkies.
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.
While access to Glendurgan is limited to assistance dogs, there's plenty for everyone who wishes to visit the area with miles of countryside and dog friendly beaches waiting to be explored.
We have recently introduced licenses for professional dog walkers at Tredegar House to help keep all users of the parkland and gardens safe.
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 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.
With over 200 acres to explore on paws and foot, Ormesby Hall estate is an excellent place to visit for a day out with your four legged friend.
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.
Looking for a friendly place to bring your dog? Come along to Morden Hall Park where we’ve got 125 acres of beautiful parkland for you and your pup to explore.
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, although this will not be available from 5 November due to lockdown measures.
With 245 acres to explore, Sutton Hoo is the ideal place to explore with your pooch.
Mount Stewart has more than five and a half miles of beautiful walking trails for you to explore. Discover a rich landscape of farmland, woodland, monuments and buildings, and a breathtaking hidden glen as you explore the historic demesne.
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.
We've some fantastic locations and landscapes for you and your four-legged friend to explore and enjoy - here are just a few suggestions.
Find out more about dog-walking at Charlecote. The parkland is open from 9am so you can enjoy a quieter stroll.
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.