Visiting Oxburgh Hall with your dog

Dog on a walk

If you’re planning on visiting Oxburgh Hall with your pooch, you’ll be pleased to know that dogs are welcome.

We want everyone to have a fantastic time when they visit Oxburgh Hall with their canine companions. So here are a few things you might like to know in advance of your visit. 

Where can your four legged friend go?

Dogs are welcome on lead in the gardens, woodland and parkland at Oxburgh Hall, we only ask that you avoid the circular walk that takes you off National Trust land, as our neighbour would rather your four legged friends stayed with us.

Waggy tails lending a hand

The houses in our care are only for humans. However, dogs assisting visitors are welcome inside the hall.

Bone appétit

After a walk 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. 

The Pantry café has outdoor seating, where you’ll be able to enjoy a drink and something to eat with your dog. The Servants Hall tea-room also welcomes dogs and well-behaved owners, please check our opening times before visiting.

Scoop's ice cream for dogs

Scoop’s ice cream for dogs at Oxburgh Hall

What better way to finish your walkies than with a cooling treat! We are now serving Marshfield Farm Scoop’s ice cream for dogs, which has less sugar and fat than normal ice cream, with vitamins and omega 3 oils added for a shiny coat.

What do I need to be aware of at Oxburgh Hall?

To make sure everyone has a pawsome day please follow our Canine Code

  • Take the lead: help reduce the chance of your pup disturbing wildlife by keeping them on the lead.
  • Scoop that poop: bag it and bin it to keep your favourite places beautiful.
  • Paws for thought: look our for information signs, such as those for grazing cattle.
  • Be on the ball: not everyone loves dogs, so keep them close by.