Visiting Trengwainton with your dog

Woman walking dog in the garden at Trengwainton

We know that family and friends come in all varieties – including the furry kind – so dogs on leads are very welcome at Trengwainton.

Where can my dog go?

There’s 25 acres of garden where you can mooch with your pooch, so plenty of sights for you and smells for them, to provide interest.

You can also take your dog into the shop and in the garden of the tea-room.

Where can my dog not go?

The only place your dog can't go is inside the tea-room building, where we only welcome assistance dogs.

What do I need to be aware of at Trengwainton?

We’ve produce a canine code with our corporate partner Forthglade:   

  • Take the lead: please keep your dog on a short lead at all times while at Trengwainton.
  • Scoop that poop: bag it and bin it to keep this place beautiful.
  • Paws for thought: plant diseases can be present in leaf litter and spread on the bottoms of shoes and paws, so keeping to paths helps prevent this.
  • Be on the ball: not everyone loves dogs, so keep them close by and don’t allow them to approach other visitors without their consent.

Facilities available for my dog

There are water bowls outside the reception, tea-room and bookshop.

Dog waste bins can be found near the visitor toilets in the car park and on the Meadow in the centre of the garden.

Forgot your poo bags? We’ve biodegradable ones for sale in the shop.