Dog-friendly places in Devon
There are plenty of dog-friendly spots in Devon to keep tails wagging – from splashing all four paws in the sea to sniffing out doggy treasure on a woodland walk.
There are plenty of walks to choose from around the Teign Gorge. Follow the Hunters Path to the river or wander the top of the gorge to take in incredible views across Dartmoor.
The dog-friendly one-mile walk around Greenway's garden is a great way to discover the Top Garden and its views over the River Dart.
A great starting point for exploring the unspoilt coast between Bolt Head and Bolt Tail. Discover a stretch of coast made up of secluded sandy beaches and majestic ragged cliffs.
Dogs on leads are welcome in the Carriage Museum and garden at Arlington, and out on the wider estate there are over 20 miles of footpaths to explore.
Whether you're after a gentle stroll or a lengthy stomp with your dog, Killerton's estate has a walk for you.
The parkland at Knightshayes offers a circular route ideal for dog walking. It takes you through open fields and past some of the most special trees in the historic woodland.
Buckland Abbey is a one pawprint rated place. There are plenty of dog-friendly walks through the woodland and countryside to explore and dogs are welcome to relax in the Ox Yard Café.
Lydford Gorge is a one pawprint rated place. Discover how to have a dog-friendly visit, including where to walk, what to be aware of and what facilities are available for your four-legged friend.