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.
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.
You are welcome to enjoy the garden and parkland with your dogs throughout the season.
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.
You and your pooch can unearth the lesser-known parts of the castle grounds on our dog walking trail.
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.
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 surrounding countryside.
Bring your dog for a walk at Hatchlands Park. Discover our two dog-friendly walking routes and some helpful hints for a happy and safe experience in our parkland and woodland.
Follow in the footsteps of legends around Snowdonia. Enjoy gentle strolls to mountainous walks, enough to tire out all four legs (and yours). Please be aware that almost all of these locations have livestock grazing therefore do keep your dog on a lead.
Take in the beauty of the grounds passing the Manor and the Stables to make your way to Diamond Jubilee Wood, planted in 2012, a perfect place to explore.
From world famous landscapes gardens to epic ancient woodlands, there is a huge variety of dog-friendly places for you to explore.
Dogs are welcome in the gardens and woodland at Oxburgh Hall, as we know they're part of the family too. All we ask is that you follow our lead when visiting with your pooch.
Pop on your walking boots, grab a lead and head out into the outdoors with your dog.
Can I bring my dog? Where can I park? Is there a way to get to the Skyline from the garden? We've put together all the information you might need to help you plan your visit.
We know that dogs are part of the family so in order to accommodate them, this year, for the first time, we are allowing dogs into the grounds so all the family can enjoy a day out together.
We love seeing dogs on days out at Brockhampton. Find out how to make the most of your visit with your four legged friend in tow.
Dogs on short leads are welcome in most areas of the Tyntesfield estate. Here's what that means for your four-legged friend.
There are over 1,000 acres to roam in Knole Park. Catch a glimpse of the wild deer herd, picnic in the outdoor seating area or join a guided walk in Kent’s last medieval deer park.
Every season brings beautiful changes to the 1,000 acres of Knole Park. Dom Andrews, Knole's 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.