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Dog Days Out - Something Different! - Devon
South Devon Railway  The South Devon Railway is one of Devon's and the West Country's best loved tourist attractions and is the longest established steam railway in the south west.
The South Devon Railway, or SDR, is a seven mile former Great Western Railway branch line, built in 1872, which runs along the stunning valley of the River Dart between Buckfastleigh and Totnes.

We run steam trains with heritage rolling stock and offer a wonderful all day attraction for families and people of all ages. Dogs welcome at a nominal charge  
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Dog Days Out - Parks, Gardens and Grounds - Norfolk
Sheringham Park - National Trust  Landscape park and woodland garden. Upper Sheringham, Norfolk 01263 820550 We are pleased to welcome dog walkers, please keep dogs on leads around the visitor facilities and where cattle are grazing.  
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Dog Days Out - Parks, Gardens and Grounds - Dorset
Blue Pool Tea Rooms, Museum & Relaxing Woodland Walks, Furzebrook,   Tel: 01929 551408 The Teahouse, Museum, Shops and Plant Centre. Dogs, on leads, are also very welcome inside the Teahouse.

Dogs are most welcome throughout the Blue Pool Attractions, however, they must be on a lead AT ALL TIMES.
NOTE: seasonal opening (closed throughout winter).  
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Dog Days Out - Parks, Gardens and Grounds - West Yorkshire
Hardcastle Crags - National Trust  A beauty spot of the South Pennines with more than 160 hectares (400 acres) of unspoilt woodland. As well as being the home of the northern hairy wood ant, there are tumbling streams, glorious waterfalls and stacks of millstone grit, all crisscrossed by more than 15 miles (24km) of footpaths. Dogs welcome outdoors, under close control.  
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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 - Parks, Gardens and Grounds - Gloucestershire
Woodchester Park - National Trust  nr Stroud, Gloucestershire. The tranquil wooded valley contains a 'lost landscape' with remains of an 18th- and 19th-century landscape park with a chain of five lakes. Park Mill Pond is the last of these lakes and features a man-made island that is now a heronry. Large carp can also be seen in the waters. Dogs - please keep dogs under close control and on leads where requested. Please remember to clean up after your dog in all areas.  
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Dog Days Out - Beaches - Merseyside
Ainsdale Beach - Southport  Dogs Accepted - Please keep under close control and take care not to disturb flocks of wading birds Poop scoop area. Dog free zone for 200m either side of the beach entrance at Shore Road. Please take note of beach safety flags and signage. Codes of conduct available. No Lifeguard cover.   
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Dog Days Out - Something Different! - Cornwall
Chysauster Ancient Village - English Heritage  Nr Penzance, Cornwall. This Iron Age settlement was originally occupied almost 2,000 years ago. The village consisted of stone-walled homesteads known as 'courtyard houses', found only on the Land's End peninsula and the Isles of Scilly. The houses line a 'village street', and each had an open central courtyard surrounded by a number of thatched rooms. Dogs on leads welcome. Please remember to clear up after your dog at all times!  
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Dog Days Out - Parks, Gardens and Grounds - North Yorkshire
Harewood House  Harewood is a great place to bring your dog for a walk, just as long as you clean up after your dog and keep it on a short lead.

Dogs are not permitted in the House, Bird Garden or Adventure Playground, but the rest of the 100 acre site is yours to enjoy!  
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Dog Days Out - Parks, Gardens and Grounds - North Yorkshire
Thorp Perrow Arboretum  We welcome dogs in the arboretum but they must be kept on a lead at all times. Dogs are not permitted in the Bird Centre or Mammal Centre, however facilities are available there to secure them safely. Dogs are allowed in the covered outdoor area of the cafe.  
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Dog Days Out - Something Different! - Cornwall
Eden Project  Dogs can enjoy the miles of outdoor paths at Eden although they are not allowed in the Biomes or other undercover areas, apart from the Visitor Centre (including the ticketing hall and shop).

There is an Undercover dining area for dogs on the terrace outside the Eden Bakery. Water for dogs is also provided.
  
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Dog Days Out - Parks, Gardens and Grounds - Cornwall
Trengwainton Garden - National Trust  Madron, Cornwall 01736 363148
Trengwainton's 25 acres invite you to explore - and come back for more. Bring your pooch for a mooch Dogs on leads are very welcome throughout the garden at Trengwainton, including the tea-room garden.  
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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 - Beaches - Gloucestershire
Cotswold Country Park & Beach  Cotswold Country Park & Beach is the ideal place to bring your furry friend for a day out, with miles of walks and even a doggy swimming beach for them to get wet! For Opening Times, Tariff and further information please visit their website tel: 01285 868096 or email using the link given here.  
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Dog Days Out - Parks, Gardens and Grounds - Dorset
Compton Acres, Canford Cliffs Road, Poole  A 10 acre ornamental garden, constructed in 1920 and consisting of a series of themed gardens.

Close to the beautiful Sandbanks area of Poole Well behaved dogs on short leads are welcome in both the gardens and café & tearooms.
  
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vegetarian option
 
Dog Days Out - Parks, Gardens and Grounds - West Sussex
Sussex Prairie Garden  Six acre garden. Dogs are welcome with well behaved owners. Please keep your dog on a short lead and do please scoop up any poop.

Open June to mid October. Please check website for further details.
  
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Dog Days Out - Something Different! - North Yorkshire
ORIGINAL GHOST WALK of YORK  Believed to be the first exclusive Ghost Walk in the World! We offer a night of History and Mystery to capture the imagination and inspire the mind. This is the genuine, the authentic, the magical and the famous... ORIGINAL GHOST WALK of YORK  
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Dog Days Out - Parks, Gardens and Grounds - South Yorkshire
The Sheffield Round Walk  The Sheffield Round Walk is a fourteen mile walk through the parks, woodland and countryside of south west Sheffield. It starts in Endcliffe Park at Hunters Bar goes through Whiteley Woods up into Mayfield and Porter Valley, emerging at Ringinglow before descending again into Whirlow and Ecclesall Woods. There is an ascent into Ladies Spring Wood, through Beauchief and Chancet Wood then into Graves Park and down through Gleadless Valley, returning to Hunters Bar via Meersbrook Park and Brincliffe Edge Woods.  
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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 - Castles & Abbeys - Gwynedd
Segontium Roman Fort - National Trust  The remains of a Roman fort that was built to defend the Roman Empire against rebellious tribes. Segontium was later plundered to provide stone for Edward I's castle at Caernarfon. Admission is free. There may be a charge for the museum (including members).  
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