Dog-friendly Days Out

Dog friendly days out in Somerset

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



1 mile South of Wellow off A367. (OS Map 172; ref ST 735573).

Willow and wetland walks. Coffee shop. Water bowl.

Located just off the A5, approximately 15 minutes west of Burnham-on-Sea.

Dulverton Guildhall Heritage and Arts Centre. A day out in Dulverton, Somerset.

The Guildhall Heritage and Arts Centre is situated behind the Exmoor National Park Centre/ Dulverton Library. Open seven days a week from early April to the end of October, with free admission, it gives visitors a taste of old Dulverton.

Cleeve Abbey. A day out in Washford, Somerset.

Located in Washford, 1/4 mile South of A39 (OS Map 181; ref ST 047407). Parking 70m from entrance, then 150m to admission point. Railway station about 0.5 miles away.

Yarn Market. A day out in Dunster, Somerset.

In Dunster High Street (OS Map 181; ref SS 992437).

Located just beside the Cadbury Garden & Leisure Group on the B3133, just off the A370.

Gallox Bridge. A day out in Dunster, Somerset.

Located off A396 at the South end of Dunster Village (OS Map 181; ref SS 990432).

Located in Nunney 3.5 miles South West of Frome, off A361(OS Map 183; ref ST 737457).

Located 4 miles North West of Bath on the North edge of Lansdown Hill, near the road to Wick (OS Map 172; ref ST 721703). Parking in a layby.

Circles: located East of Stanton Drew village Cove: located in the garden of the Druid's Arms OS Map 172; Circles ref ST 601634, Cove ref ST 598633).

Fifty acres of dog friendly gardens, dog bins, water bowl in Courtyard. The Stables cafe is dog friendly as well.