Dog friendly Days Out

Dog friendly days out in the UK

Search our dog friendly attractions in the UK, for dog friendly places to go in the UK geared up for a fun day out for both you and your dogs.



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2 miles SE of Farnham off B3001; off Junction 10 of M25 (OS Map 186; ref SU 868453).

Read more about Waverley Abbey

Most of the grounds are accessible by gravel path and grass, but wheelchair users will need strong pushers to manage the slopes. The Brew House Cafe is a great place to stop for lunch or a cup of tea. Parking is possible in the West Lodge Car Park (pay and display). [...]

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1066 Battle of Hastings, Abbey and Battlefield. A dog friendly day out in East Sussex.

An interactive audio tour re-creates the sounds of the battle as you stand where the Saxon army watched the Normans advancing towards them. Parking 75m from abbey entrance; loose gravel surface. Wheelchair users should enter the site through the Gatehouse (please ring the bell), where they will be met [...]

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Mount Ephraim Gardens. A dog friendly day out in Kent.

Mount Ephraim Gardens is a beautiful place to visit, with plenty to offer and delight visitors. Pre-booked group visits welcome. Tearoom open midday to 5pm. Parking.

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1 mile N of Newbury off B4494 (OS Map 174; ref SU 461)

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There is a waterbus link to Hurst Castle (Hampshire). Coach and car park 200 yards. In Yarmouth adjacent to car ferry terminal (OS Map 196; ref SZ 354898).

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Located in Abbotsbury, off B3157, near a churchyard (OS Map 194; ref SY 578852).

Read more about Abbotsbury Abbey Remains

Toilets: Accessible WC in public car park 200m away. Refreshments: Soft drinks and ice creams. Picnics welcome in grounds. Parking 30m from entrance; loose gravel surface. Disabled parking on site (Please contact custodian for access).

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2 miles North of Salisbury, Wiltshire off A345 (OS Map 184; ref SU 138327). Parking 50m from entrance.

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In Old Bolingbroke, 16 miles N of Boston off A16 (OS Map 122; ref TF 349650).

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3/4 mile East of Silsoe off A6, 10 miles S of Bedford (OS Map 153; ref TL 093155). Audio tour available.

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In Framlingham on B1116 (OS Map 156; ref TM 287637). Entry also includes access to the Lanman Trust's Museum of local history. Parking 100m from entrance on gravel path and drive. Interactive audio tour with hearing loop included in admission price.

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Located 1/2 mile East of Tilbury off A126 (OS Map 177; ref TQ 651754). Parking beside entrance. Audio tour with hearing loop included in admission price.

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Located 6 miles North of Cambridge on A10. (OS Map 154; ref TL 495684). Parking in grounds next to abbey/museum. Managed by the Farmland Museum Trust.

Read more about Denny Abbey and the Farmland Museum

3.5 miles NE of Reedham on the North bank of River Yare. (OS Map 134; ref TG 465051). Accessible by hired boat, or by footpath from Halvergate (3.5 miles).

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3/4 mile down rough drive, 1 mile East of Mattersey off B6045 (OS Map 112; ref SK 703896).

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In Ashby de la Zouch, 12 miles S of Derby on A511 (OS Map 128; ref SK 361166). Restricted parking on site, please park in town car park.

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Kenilworth Castle. A dog friendly day out in Warwickshire.

In Kenilworth. Disabled visitors are advised to use north entrance when open (OS Map 140; ref SP 278723). Audio tour with hearing loop available. Parking 300m from entrance.

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Treasure Trails are created for all the family to enjoy, and that includes your dog. The routes often include parks, woodland areas and riversides, as well as areas with shops and cafés with outdoor seating. Although we know some cafés and attractions along the routes have water bowls, we recommend [...]

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Witley Court. A dog friendly day out in Worcestershire.

10 miles NW of Worcester on A443. OS Map 138/150, 204: SO769649.

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Treasure Trails are created for all the family to enjoy, and that includes your dog. The routes often include parks, woodland areas and riversides, as well as areas with shops and cafés with outdoor seating. Although we know some cafés and attractions along the routes have water bowls, we recommend [...]

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Located 11 miles South East of Chester on a minor road off A49 (OS Map 117; ref SJ 537593).

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Off A5 at Wall near Lichfield (OS Map 139; ref SK 099067). Audio tour with hearing loop included in admission price. Parking 190m from entrance.

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Located in the village of Geddington, off A43 between Kettering and Corby (OS Map 141; ref SP 894830).

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9.5 miles SE of Chesterfield, off A6175, from J29 of M1 (OS Map 120; ref SK 462637). Managed by English Heritage and owned by The National Trust.

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7 miles East of Hay-on-Wye off B4348 near Dorstone (OS Map 148; ref SO 319431).

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S of B4031 on E side of Deddington, 17 miles N of Oxford on A423. (OS Map 151; ref SP 471316)

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Hailes Abbey. A dog friendly day out in Gloucestershire.

2 miles North East of Winchcombe off B4632 (OS map 150; ref SP 050300). Parking 20m from entrance.

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Located 3 miles North East of Shrewsbury off B5062 (OS Map 126; ref SJ 542152).

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Caldicot Castle & Country Park. A dog friendly day out in Monmouthshire.

From M4 take junction 23a and B4245 to Caldicot. From M48 take junction 2 for Chepstow and follow A48 (towards Newport) and B4245 to Caldicot. Caldicot Castle is sign posted from B4245.

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Created by five generations of one family, this 32-hectare (80-acre) garden is superbly located, with spectacular views across Snowdonia. Bodnant Garden is the paw-fect place for walking your dog, with interesting sights, sounds and smells.

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• Dogs can go everywhere on site (except the coffee shop and farm areas)

• Water bowls available

• Close to great dog walks and dog friendly pubs!

Read more about Dan-yr-Ogof, The National Showcaves Centre for Wales

1 mile North East of Corbridge, on minor road off B6321 or A68 (OS Map 87; ref NZ 001663)

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In Barnard Castle Town OS Map 92; ref NZ 049165). Park in the car park in the town.

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Located at Sawley 3.5 miles North of Clitheroe, off A59 (OS Map 103; ref SD 777464). Managed by Heritage Trust for the North West.

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Located in Aldborough, 0.75 mile South East of Boroughbridge, on a minor road off B6265 within 1 mile of junction of A1 and A6055. (OS Map 99; ref SE 405662).

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1 mile South of Penrith off A6 (OS Map 90; ref NY 519284).

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In Castlebay, Isle of Barra, reached by small boat from Castlebay (five minute trip, weather permitting). Grid reference NL 665 979.

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On Island of Unst 4 miles North East from pier at Belmont off the A968 • 1 HP 629 012

Read more about Muness Castle

13km south east of Dumfries on the B725. Parking available a short distance away. Visitors with disabilities can be dropped near the property. A nature trail in the nearby woodlands is not suitable for those using wheelchairs or visitors with limited mobility. Video presentation available.

Read more about Caerlaverock Castle

Treasure Trails are created for all the family to enjoy, and that includes your dog. Routes often include parks, woodland areas and riversides, as well as areas with shops and cafés with outdoor seating. Although we know some cafés and attractions along the routes have water bowls, we recommend taking [...]

Read more about Treasure Trails Edinburgh and the Lothians

All trails are suitable for dog owners, we will also point out cafes which are suitable for dogs and their owners.

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