Top 10 Pet Friendly Places To Visit in Wiltshire
If you like to go on holiday with your four-legged friend then you’ll love our top ten pet friendly places to visit here in Wiltshire.
1. Lacock village
Walk around the medieval streets of Lacock village. There’s a dog walking area in the National Trust car park, plus nearby walks in the countryside. During the winter season dogs are welcome in the Abbey Grounds.
2. The Stonehenge landscape
Dogs are welcome on a lead and under close control on the Stonehenge landscape, which is managed by the National Trust. Please note, dogs are not allowed into the Stone circle (except for assistance dogs).
3. The Peto Gardens at Iford Manor
Dogs on leads are welcome in the Peto gardens of Iford Manor, near Bradford on Avon. Your four-legged friends are also welcome in the outside seating area of the tearoom.
4. The grounds of Crofton Beam Engines
Dogs are welcome in the grounds of Crofton Beam Engines, near Marlborough. There are some enjoyable walks nearby too including along the tow path of the Kennet & Avon Canal. Only assistance dogs are allowed in the Engine House and Café.
5. Old Sarum
Dogs are allowed in the castle at Old Sarum on a lead. The outer bailey is a popular dog-walking area for local residents too.
6. Ludgershall Castle
Explore the ruins of Ludgershall Castle on the edge of Salisbury Plain. Dogs are welcome here on leads. There are further walks into nearby Collingbourne Woods that can also be enjoyed.
7. Avebury Stone Circle
Walk around parts of the World Heritage Site on a visit to Avebury. Dogs on leads are welcome within the stone circle and longer walks into the Avebury landscape can also be enjoyed.
At set times of the day during the summer months and all day, every day from December to February dogs on leads are allowed in the landscape garden of Stourhead. The wider Stourhead estate is accessible for owners with dogs all year around.
9. Braydon Maize Maze
Well behaved dogs (on leads) are welcome to come into Braydon Maize Maze. The maze is open during several weeks of the summer.
10. Lydiard Park
Dogs are allowed into the grounds of Lydiard Park, on the outskirts of Swindon. The walled gardens are not accessible for dogs.
With so much to see and do in the area, plus some great local walks for you to enjoy why not make a break of it and book into one of our pet-friendly places to stay?