Lottie visited in August 2016. Dogs on leads are welcome in some garden areas; the courtyard and in the parkland. There were cattle and sheep in some of the parkland but we found plenty of animal free areas near the hall and lake to explore. In the parkland we passed a number of sculpture installations created by environmental artists Red Earth which are part of the 300th anniversary of the birth of Georgian landscape architect, Lancelot 'Capability' Brown. We bought lunch from the tea-room and sat in the outdoor area in the courtyard. Facilities for dog owners included several dog waste bins. Note the main car-park is not that large so we used an overflow area that was also nearly full.
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DogPeople Says : Berrington Hall (National Trust)
Capability Brown designed landscape. Three way marked estate walks. Our tea room has a large outdoor courtyard with large umbrellas over the tables where dogs and their owners are welcome.
Country house and parklands.
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Access to 12 acres of parkland. No dogs in house or garden.
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