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.



Gallox Bridge. A day out in Dunster, Somerset.

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

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

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

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

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).

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

Willow and wetland walks. Coffee shop. Water bowl.

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.

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.

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.