Dog Friendly Attractions
Dog Friendly Places at Devon’s Top Attractions
See how dog friendly Devon’s Top Attractions are?
Does your dog deserve a day out too? Can’t be parted from your pooch?
Then take a look at how many of Devon’s top visitor attractions are dog friendly? Even those attractions that don’t allow dogs due to onsite livestock, may have free kennels in the car park with water and padlocks available.
Enjoy your day out with your faithful friend!
Yes, dog friendly. A dog friendly place with many different walks to enjoy. Unfortunately dogs are not allowed in restaurant.
Yes, dog friendly, dogs are welcome on leads throughout the countryside and informal garden areas.
Regrettably dogs are not permitted in the park but kennels are available free of charge where dogs can be left, with water available. There is a refundable deposit for a kennel padlock. Dogs are welcome to stay in the caravan and...
Yes, dog friendly, dogs are welcome on a lead throughout the attraction but with restricted use of the café.
Yes, dog friendly. Dog walkers welcome around the park, dogs to be kept on leads around livestock
Yes, dog friendly - Dogs are more than welcome to take their owners on a walk around the estate. Dogs also allowed outside the Ox Yard restaurant, Unfortunately, dogs are not allowed inside the restaurant, in the formal gardens or...
Yes, dog friendly dogs are welcome on a lead and they can stay in the accommodation overnight with staying guests. Facilities for the usual disposal needs.
Yes, dog friendly, dogs on a lead and no extra charge. Watering stations and dog parking brackets outside the café and indoor theatre.
Yes, dog friendly. Dogs allowed in parkland and woodland year round provided they are under control. Dogs allowed in the formal and woodland garden between November- February annually. Only assistance dogs are allowed in the...
Yes, dog friendly. Dogs are welcome in woods and parkland.
Yes, dog friendly. Well behaved dogs are more than welcome on all of the services for a nominal fee of £2 per dog. However, as a responsible dog owner, you are asked to adhere to the following; • Keep your dog on a lead at...
Due to the sensitive nature of the animals, dogs are not permitted but there is a free kennel service available.
Unfortunately dogs are not allowed in the park but kennels are available in the car park.
Yes, Arlington Court is dog friendly. Dogs on leads are welcome everywhere on site, except in the house or tea room.
Yes, dog friendly. Dogs allowed on site camping and day visitors
Winter only. Dogs are permitted from November to February.
Yes, dog friendly, £1 entry, dogs must be kept on a lead, they aren't allowed in the restaurant area, Orangeries and children’s play areas. However there is outside undercover seating.
Yes, dog friendly. Dogs are welcome on a lead and charged at £1 each.
Yes, dog friendly. Well behaved friendly dogs on leads are welcome in much of the park. Regrettably no dogs in play areas, shows or rides.
Yes dog friendly. Dogs are welcome everywhere except inside the indoor play centre.
Regrettably dogs are not permitted in the park but free of charge dog kennels are available in the car park. Undercover parking and dog walking area also around the car park.
Yes, dog friendly. Dogs are welcome as long as on a short lead. Dogs allowed in all buildings and even the Ship Inn. The only exception is the chocolate experience. Dogs can even go on the train through the copper mine. Dog owners...
Yes, dog friendly as long as they are kept on a lead.
Regrettably only assistance dogs are allowed on the farm but there are kennels in car park, free of charge with water available beside the kennels. Visitors are free to go in and out to check on them and plenty of green space for...