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Dog Days Out - Castles & Abbeys - Devon
Totnes Castle - English Heritage 

Enjoy stunning views over the town of Totnes & across to the River Dart. Or a picnic in the peaceful castle grounds.
Dogs on leads welcome. Tel: 01803 864406
  
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rural location child friendly
 
Dog Days Out - Parks, Gardens and Grounds - Dumfries and Galloway
Robert Burns' Home 1788- 1791 Ellisland Farm  Follow in the footsteps of Burns with your 4 legged friends and discover the landscape that inspired him and made Ellisland "The Poets Choice"   
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Dog Days Out - Parks, Gardens and Grounds - Devon
Arlington Court - National Trust 

Dogs on leads are welcome in the grounds and formal gardens, and carriage museum when open.

Although only assistance dogs are alowed in the tea-room when open, there are plenty of picnic benches in the tea garden, where dogs are welcome.

From 1 July - 31 January dogs may be let off the lead on the Lake Walk and the wider estate.
  
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Dog Days Out - Castles & Abbeys - Somerset
Glastonbury Abbey, Glastonbury 

Dogs, on leads, are welcome throughout the stunning 36 acres of parkland at Glastonbury Abbey .

They request dogs remain on a lead, at all times, as there are badgers, squirrels and ducks on site. Two 'dog loos' can be found within the grounds. In summer a water bowl is provided by St. Patricks Chapel.
  
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rural location enclosed garden open all year
 
Dog Days Out - Parks, Gardens and Grounds - Cumbria
Hutton-in-the-Forest, Penrith 

Spectacular borders of spring bulbs, herbaceous and annual flowers form part of the Walled Garden.

Advantage was taken from the running water of a beck to create three ponds with cascades, the oldest of which dates from the 18th century.

The Woodland Walk runs through the woods, to the north and west of the house. Intended to recreate the effect of the medieval forest of Inglewood, it comprises a mixture of mature hardwoods, 'American' conifers together with more recent planting.

Well behaved dogs are welcome on leads.
  
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Dog Days Out - Something Different! - Norfolk
Bure Valley Railway, Aylsham Station, Norwich Road, Aylsham  Well behaved dogs are welcome on the timetabled service trains. They are welcome in all public areas of the railway, including the cafe. Dog bowls regularly refilled with fresh water.
Dogs may not be able to attend certain special events, please check in advance. Tel: 01263 733858  
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Dog Days Out - Parks, Gardens and Grounds - North Yorkshire
Museum Gardens, York  Beautiful & spacious garden within the centre of the city. Dog friendly and a great place for a picnic. Hold on tight to that lead as there are many squirrels around. The ruins of St Mary's Abbey make lovely backdrop for your photos. Entry is free.  
open all year child friendly
 
Dog Days Out - Parks, Gardens and Grounds - Greater London
Morden Hall Park - National Trust  A green oasis in the heart of suburbia beside the meandering River Wandle. Attractive parkland, meadows, wetlands and waterways.

Dogs are welcome, but should be kept on a lead near the rose garden and estate buildings. Please clear up after your dog using the dog bins provided throughout the park.

NOTE: Limited car parking available.
  
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Dog Days Out - Something Different! - Cornwall
Geevor Tin Mine, Pendeen 

The largest preserved mining site in the country, Geevor Tin Mine has an important collection of relics and artefacts.

Hands-on, interactive activities, for the whole family to enjoy.

Well behaved dogs are welcome across the entire mine site, with the exception of the underground mine. Assistance dogs are welcome across the whole site without exception. Drinking water is prvided, for them, at various places across the site.
  
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Dog Days Out - Something Different! - Cornwall
Chysauster Ancient Village - English Heritage  Nr Penzance.

The village consisted of stone-walled homesteads known as 'courtyard houses'. The houses line a 'village street', and each had an open central courtyard surrounded by a number of thatched rooms.

The large grounds, including a wild meadow, identified paths, and seating and rest areas with beautiful views.

Dogs on leads are very welcome. Please remember to clear up after your dog at all times.
  
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Dog Days Out - Something Different! - Gwynedd
Llanberis Lake Railway  Discover the timeless appeal of our narrow-gauge steam trains - a more leisurely way to travel and the perfect way to savour the grandeur of Snowdonia.

Starting at Gilfach Ddu, the journey takes you past the 13th century Dolbadarn Castle, crossing possibly Britain's shortest river and passing Llanberis' twin lakes as the train negotiates the extension (opened in 2003) to Llanberis village. From here the train runs non-stop through the Padarn Country Park, joining the 1845 slate railway route to run along the shores of Lake Padarn to Penllyn, and giving stunning views of Snowdon, the highest peak in England and Wales.  
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Dog Days Out - Parks, Gardens and Grounds - Somerset
American Museum in Britain  Bath 01225 460503 Dogs are permitted in the grounds of the museum please keep them on a lead, and pick up after them. Water bowls available on the edge of the terrace and at the two grey Pavilions  
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Dog Days Out - Parks, Gardens and Grounds - Devon
Burrow Farm Gardens, Axminster / Honiton 

East Devon's Secret Garden.

Situated in the idyllic countryside this 13 acre garden has colour throughout the year. A variety of different planting styles run though this peacful oasis.

Dogs on leads welcome.
  
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Dog Days Out - Parks, Gardens and Grounds - West Yorkshire
Nostell Priory and Parkland - National Trust 

Dogs on leads, to preserve wildlife, welcome in the parkland only. There is a dog walking area close to the car park.
  
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Dog Days Out - Parks, Gardens and Grounds - Kent
Hever Castle, Nr Edenbridge 

Well behaved dogs are welcome in the grounds as long as they’re kept on a lead at all times. With the exception of assistance dogs, dogs are not allowed inside the cafés, restaurants, Castle, mazes or Adventure Playground.

*There are water bowls provided for them at both our Moat Restaurant and at the Guthrie Pavilion Restaurant where there is also outside seating.
  
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Dog Days Out - Parks, Gardens and Grounds - Middlesex
Chiswick House and Gardens  Dog walkers are welcome to enjoy the gardens and exercise their dogs freely whilst respecting other visitors by observing the 'Dogs on Short Leads' and 'No Dogs' areas marked on the map. The Gardens are open every day from 7am until dusk, all year round.   
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Dog Days Out - Castles & Abbeys - Gwynedd
Harlech Castle  Boasting two rings of walls and towers and an immensely strong east gatehouse. Harlech was impregnable from almost every angle.

Access via its secret stairway, which still leads from the castle to the cliff base, kept the castle’s besieged inhabitants fed and watered. The newly installed ‘floating’ bridge connects the castle with the brand new visitor centre in the former Castle Hotel building. Dogs on leads welcome  
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Dog Days Out - Castles & Abbeys - Gwynedd
Criccieth Castle   Perched on a headland with the sea as its constant bedfellow. Its twin-towered gatehouse intimidates prospective attacker.

Built originally by Llywelyn the Great, this very Welsh of princes included a very English style of gatehouse. Edward I’s forces took the castle some 50 years later, undertook their own improvements and remodelled a tower for stone-throwing engines. Dogs on leads welcome  
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Dog Days Out - Something Different! - Somerset
World Horse Welfare Glenda Spooner Farm  World Horse Welfare's recovery and rehabilitation centre in Somerset is Glenda Spooner Farm. It can care for a maximum of 80 horses at any one time  
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Dog Days Out - Parks, Gardens and Grounds - Worcestershire
Witley Court & Gardens - English Heritage  Discover parterre gardens and monumental fountains, find your way through enchanting woodland and remember to keep an eye out for Witley’s varied wildlife. Dogs are welcome, they must be on a lead at all times.  
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