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 place to take your family and dog as there is so much to do!
In the grounds there are are usually various events that are worth exploring, and keep the dog-walks interesting. For example, trails, markets, guided estate walks, and enchanting light displays (such as this one in February 2022). There are also little gardens, play areas, a café and shops. Dogs are welcome on short leads around the grounds, but are not allowed in the Kitchen Garden or Rose Garden (Dog walking at Tyntesfield | National Trust).
Tyntesfield, and carpark, is free to members. If you’re not a member you will have to pay the one-off fee for you/your family – approximately £13 per adult or £33 for a family. It is much cheaper to join as a member if you are intending on visiting a few of the National Trust properties in a year. We tend to join for the years that we know we’re going to see a number. The National Trust is a great charity that helps keep England’s historic and beautiful areas protected and so you know that your money is going to a good cause.
Best dog-friendly route
The best route to follow is the orange route, with a slight detour to avoid the kitchen garden. The red lines highlight there dogs cannot go in the Tyntesfield estate.
You can visit any time of year but we would recommend going just before Christmas. There are usually Christmas themed events for kids (Father Christmas has visited once or twice) and the shop stocks great stocking fillers.
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