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Dog Days Out - Beaches - Cornwall
Bude area Beaches 

Dog Friendly Beaches in the Bude area:
*Northcott Mouth Beach
*Sandymouth Bay
*Duckpool Beach
*Black Rock Beach (south of Widemouth Bay)
*Millook Beach
Seasonal Dog Restrictions apply to *Summerleaze Beach (dogs must be on leads between 10am and 6pm from 1st July to 31 August)
Seasonal Dog Bans apply on *Crooklets Beach from May 15th to September 30th between 10am and 6pm and *Widemouth Bay, main beach, from 15th May to 30th September between 10am and 6pm.
Please remember to 'Scoop the Poop' to ensure that beaches remain dog-friendly and safe for use by all.
*As many beaches have some restrictions regarding dogs we would always suggest that you contact the local tourist information centre concerned, before setting out, to ensure that the information contained on our site is still correct.  
 
Dog Days Out - Castles & Abbeys - Cornwall
Pendennis Castle, Falmouth - English Heritage  One of Henry VIII's finest coastal fortresses. Dogs on a lead are welcome around the grounds and also inside the buildings. There is outside seating at the cafe and also a large lawn area, perfect for picnics.  
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Dog Days Out - Parks, Gardens and Grounds - County Down
Mount Stewart House Garden- National Trust 

Considered to be one of the most outstanding gardens in Western Europe, MOunt Stewart is renowned for the scope of it's plant collections.

HIghlights include the Shamrock Garden, The Italian Garden & The Mairi Garden

Dogs on short, fixed leads, are welcome. Please clear up after your dog.
  
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Dog Days Out - Castles & Abbeys - North Yorkshire
Fountains Abbey & Studley Royal Water Garden - Ripon 

Fountains Abbey & Studley Royal is a great place to bring your dog. We simply ask that you keep your dog on a short lead and 'scoop their poop'.

Abbey, water garden, Mill Cafe kiosk, and visitor centre restaurant (with outdoor seating), shop, car park and toilet facilities.

We recommend wearing sensible shoes when you visit.
  
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open all year
 
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 - Parks, Gardens and Grounds - South Yorkshire
Rother Valley Country Park  This very large country park hosts a number of walking and cycling routes, which link to the Trans Pennine Trail and Route 6 Sustrans. Leisure lake offers many watersports activities and cycle hire, events are held throughout the year, three fishing areas and an ideal place to enjoy the outdoors. Great venue for a picnic, BBQ's are to be off the ground or visit the stables cafe with outdoor seating for your dog. Customers are to ensure their dogs are under control if off the lead in the park.  
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rural location open all year child friendly
 
Dog Days Out - Castles & Abbeys - North Yorkshire
Skipton Castle, Skipton 

One of the most complete and well preserved castles in England, Skipton Castle is over 900 years old.

The Castle lies at the top of the historic cobbled High Street in the town of Skipton, which is known as "The Gateway to the Yorkshire Dales".

Well behaved dogs on a lead, are welcome within the Castle and grounds.
  
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Dog Days Out - Parks, Gardens and Grounds - East Yorkshire
Burton Constable, Skirlaugh 

Owners of well behaved dogs will find a warm welcome at Burton Constable as dogs are welcome in both the parkland and lakeside walks.

Please ensure they are kept on a lead at all times and clean up any waste. *Doggy bags are available in the Gift Shop, if you need them.

You are welcome to eat inside with your dog, in the additional seating area within the Stables Kitchen, where you can enjoy delicious homemade food in a warm and pleasant environment.
  
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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 - 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 - Museums - Durham
Beamish the North of England Open Air Museum 

Well-behaved dogs are very welcome but should be kept on a lead at all times.

Dogs are welcome around our open-air museum’s large grounds and are usually allowed on transport however, there are some exceptions, particularly at busy times. Please don’t leave your dog unattended at any time.

* Water bowls are provided at various places around the Museum.

* Please pick up after your dog, waste bags are available from our Entrance Building, if needed.

* Dogs are NOT allowed at evening events, e.g. Christmas Evenings, Halloween Evenings.
  
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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 - Museums - Lincolnshire
Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre 
Dogs allowed in all areas, except cafe.

Lots to see, with many exhibits, inc. "Just Jane" Lancaster Bomber.

Note: special displays such as flying displays or fireworks/pyrotechnics may not be suitable for your dog.
  
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Dog Days Out - Parks, Gardens and Grounds - Oxfordshire
Blenheim Palace, Woodstock 

We welcome visitors and their well behaved dogs, on a lead, across the Parkland, the Pleasure Gardens, the East Courtyard and the café seats near to the Welcome Desk and colonnades.

Dog-friendly walks include The Queen Pool, a 1.5 mile circular walk and The Park Perimeter a 4.6 mile walk taking approximately 2 hours.

With the exception of assistance dogs, dogs are not allowed in the Palace itself, the main Courtyards or the Formal Gardens, .
  
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Dog Days Out - Castles & Abbeys - North Yorkshire
Rievaulx Abbey - English Heritage 

Set in a tranqil valley of the North York Moors, is the impressive ruins of one of England's most powerful Cistercian monasteries.

Discover Rievaulx Abbey's fascinating past, and learn about the lives of the monks who called Rievaulx their home.

Dogs on leads are welcome in the ruins and café, but not at the café counter. You are also welcome to bring a picnic to eat in the grounds.

It is possible to walk from Helmsley Castle - also English Heritage - to Rievaulx Abbey (and vica versa!), however, please be aware the walk passes through fields where sheep and horses may be grazing, and dogs must be kept on a short lead when livestock are present. Please see the English Heritage website - link below - for further information.
  
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Dog Days Out - Parks, Gardens and Grounds - Derbyshire
Chatsworth House, Bakewell 

Well-behaved dogs are welcome in the garden and park, however, they must be kept on a lead, as there is wildlife and livestock roaming in these areas. Pet dogs are not allowed in the house or farmyard and adventure playground.

Doggy drinking stations are available in several locations, please ask a member of staff if you are unable to locate one. Please pick up after your dog at all times.
  
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Dog Days Out - Parks, Gardens and Grounds - Cornwall
Trewithen Gardens, Nr Truro 

An historic, privately-owned Cornish estate with beautiful gardens.

Explore woodland paths and magical glades.

Dogs, on leads, are welcome at Trewithen. With a great woodland walk with neat pathways particularly recommended to dog owners.
  
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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 - Castles & Abbeys - North Yorkshire
Bolton Abbey, nr. Skipton - Tel: 01756 718009 

Dogs are allowed on many, but not all, walks. They are not permitted on Barden Moor and Barden Fell
(please be aware Grouse shooting takes place on Barden Moor from 12th Aug to 14th Dec. Although dogs are not allowed in this area Gun Fire may be heard in surrounding areas).
Please see the Bolton Abbey website - link below - for full information.
  
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Dog Days Out - Castles & Abbeys - Isle of Anglesey
Beaumaris Castle, Beaumaris, Anglesey 
It has been said that Beaumaris Castle is a castle of classic proportions and perfect symmetry. Constructed according to an ingenious ‘walls within walls’ plan.

Dogs on leads welcome to access ground floor levels of the site. Please dispose of dog waste responsibly, away from the monument.
  
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