Dog-friendly Bath – Farleigh Hungerford Castle

Farleigh Hungerford Castle is an English Heritage owned/managed castle ruin that is dog-friendly! We had read that you could take your dog around the grounds before travelling, but were very […]

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Dog-friendly Bristol – Weston Big Wood

The Weston Big Wood is a nature reserve west of the Portishead town centre, approximately 20 minute drive from Bristol) that is owned and maintained by the Avon Wildlife Trust. […]

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Dog-friendly Bristol – Kings Weston House

Kings Weston House

“Kings Weston House is a Grade 1 listed building that was completed in 1719 and designed by Sir John Vanbrugh, who also designed Blenheim Palace.” Kings Weston House Kings Weston […]

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Dog-friendly Bristol – Tyntesfield

Tyntesfiled is a National Trust property on the outskirts of Bristol with dog-friendly grounds. They are unfortunately not allowed into the house. Like nearby Ashton Court, it is a great […]

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Dog-friendly Bristol – Eastville Park

Eastville Park Sign

Eastville Park used to be our local dog-walking park and we walked around it nearly every day. It sits next to the M32 fishponds junction roundabout, opposite the big Ikea […]

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Dog-friendly Cotswolds – Corsham

Corsham is a small market town on the edge of the Cotswolds. The town is full of gorgeous buildings built with Cotswolds stone and a quaint high street with independent […]

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Dog-friendly Wells

Wells is the smallest city in England (other than the City of London, which we don’t think counts as it sits within London) and sits 23 miles south of Bristol […]

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Dog-friendly Cornwall Weekend Planner

In this post you we share five dog-friendly Cornwall weekend trip plans that you can use to help plan your own trips. Make sure that you share this post with […]

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Dog-friendly Mendip Hills

Mendip Hills Tor

The Mendip Hills are an area of outstanding natural beauty in Somerset. The National Trust describes it as “Dramatic gorges and ancient woodland rising above the Somerset Levels“. The range […]

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Dog-friendly Bristol – Snuff Mills

Snuff Mills is a stunning walk along a river surrounded by woods. Starting at the car park, which is free (till December 2021) but quickly gets busy, you can walk […]

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Dog-friendly Watersmeet

Near the north coast of the Exmoor National Park in Devon, you can find Watersmeet. Watersmeet House, now owned and managed by the National Trust. It is a tea room […]

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Dog-friendly Glasgow Planner

gray concrete clock tower

Glasgow is a Scottish city that we are yet to visit. “With Glasgow’s many green spaces and dog-friendly venues, the city is a great place to visit with your four-legged […]

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Dog-friendly Lake District – Ullswater Lake

Dog-friendly Ullswater Lake

“It is pure and tranquil and relatively unspoilt by the tourism and commercialism that blights many other Lake District towns.” Ullswater Lake is the deepest and, some say, most […]

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Dog-friendly Devon Planner

In this post you we share four dog-friendly Devon weekend trip plans that you can use to help plan your own trips. Make sure that you share this post with […]

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Dog-friendly Lake District – Lowther Castle

We visited the Lake District during an especially warm British summer and so looked for something to do with our pooch that had indoor and/or shady options. Castles are a […]

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Dog-friendly West Cornwall

Dog on Nanjizal Beach

“My great love is my home county of Cornwall, I love to sit and watch people enjoying themselves on the beaches and in the harbour towns of Cornwall.“ John dyer […]

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