Dog walking in the South East

You'll find a huge variety of places that are just perfect for you to explore with your pooch in the South East. These could be close to urban areas, on the coast or in the countryside. There are some fantastic locations and landscapes for you and your dog to wander through together like Petworth or Chartwell.

Welcome back sign in field

Bringing your dog

This article was created before the coronavirus crisis, and may not reflect the current situation. Some places may temporarily have different restrictions for dogs in place to maintain social distancing. Please make sure you check web pages for individual places before you travel for booking details and the most up to date information about visiting

Walking your dog at Nymans

West Sussex 

From gardens in the grounds of grand estates to off-road woodland paths, there is something for everybody (and every dog) at our properties across Sussex like Sheffield Park and Garden, and Petworth.

A dog wearing a Panama hat while enjoying a walk at Runnymede in Surrey


Dogs are welcome in lots of the countryside we look after in Kent and East Sussex. From the picturesque Scotney estate to sheltered woodland at Chartwell there's somewhere to discover with your four-legged friend.

Visitor walking with her dog at Box Hill, Surrey


With 400 acres to explore, Hatchlands is just one of many locations offering a varied selection of dog-friendly walking trails available to download or print.

Visitors dog-walking at Ickworth, Suffolk

South Downs

The South Downs are a great place to walk your dog, so there's always somewhere near to you where you can enjoy this rich countryside throughout the year.

Couple and dog walking along a wooded path


With four miles of dog-friendly walking trails at Hinton Ampner, plus our commons at Ludshott, Selborne and the New Forest, there are some wonderful places to explore with your dog across Hampshire. Read on for top tips on getting the most out of your day with your dog.

A man walking his dog across Culver Down with mist in the valley below

Isle of Wight 

Miles of footpaths cross our land, from the coast to the downs, meaning that for dog lovers there are many places to take a walk with your four-legged friend on the Isle of Wight.

Man walking dog in winter at Morden Hall Park. Low sun and bare branches.


Looking to stretch your legs with a canine companion? Morden Hall Park has an abundance of open space, river side walks and tree lined paths for four-legged friends to enjoy in south London.

A visitor walking at Stowe, Buckinghamshire.


From world famous landscapes gardens to epic ancient woodlands, there is a huge variety of dog-friendly places for you to explore like Stowe and Hughenden.