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Find the perfect holiday getaway or day out adventure in Cheshire for both you and your dogs to enjoy.
Located 11 miles South East of Chester on a minor road off A49 (OS Map 117; ref SJ 537593).
Take your four legged canine companion to a Hoseasons holiday park in Cheshire and enjoy a blend of relaxing country pursuits, city days out and historic attractions.
A choice of holiday caravans or self catering lodges await responsible dog owners at this woodland site offered through Hoseasons. Chester is an easy drive away but, if you want to stay on two feet there's plenty of walking options with Cheshire Sandstone Trail on the door step.
Located on the A51, approximately 15 minutes south of Bridgemere town centre.
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Access via Assizes Court car park on Grosvenor Street (OS Map 117; ref SJ 405657). Railway station 1 mile away. Site managed by Chester City Council.
On Vicars Lane beyond Newgate, Chester (OS Map 117; ref SJ 408662). Railway station less than 1 mile. Site managed by Chester City Council.
Dog bowls and water taps are available at the visitor centre and the clock tower. Entry to the park is free. The car park is £6 per car, but free to National Trust members.
Dogs are welcome in the park during opening hours. We only ask that you are considerate of the deer. We allow dogs in the formal gardens on selected weekends throughout the year. Visit our website for scheduled dates. Water bowls are available at the Information Centre and at [...]
Dog biscuits are available from the pantry, dog bowls and water taps are available in the mill yard. You can pick up a walks leaflet from the Ticket Office. Suggested estate walks range from 1mile to 3 ½ miles. Parking price: £8.00 per car. Garden price: £7.00 per [...]
Tatton Park's 2,000 acres of landscaped deer park, woodland, meres and farmland make up the Tatton estate of which 1,000 acres are open to the public. Water bowls available in the Stableyard. Please see the National Trust website for information about walking dogs and algae in the meres.