The DogPeople Blog
  1. Dog Friendly English Heritage for days out

    Dogpeople Limited are delighted to announce the addition of numerous English Heritage places to visit in our Attractions Directory for dog friendly days out.  Many of the country’s treasures are managed by English Heritage and welcome responsible dog owners.  We will be adding directory entries over the coming weeks and have already completed some in London and The South East.

    Properties have limited access for dogs.  This varies from site to site – for example at Dover Castle (a great day out if you are vaguely interested in history!) dogs are allowed throughout the extensive grounds but not in the castle buildings or historic tunnels (when we visited this meant we each saw everything but took it in turns – Hamish saw the grounds twice!).  At other sites, like Old Sarum, the restrictions are minimal (Hamish enjoyed this site too – and it provided us with a great break on a journey West).  Check details for each site via the telephone numbers or e mail address in our directories.

    Hamish has enjoyed a number of other visits including Wenlock Priory (Shropshire) and Ashby de la Zouch Castle (Leicestershire) – both have excellent audio tours for owners.