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If you are looking for dog friendly beautiful gardens or places to visit  then you have come to the right place. Please check on the Garden's website to double check just in case the garden changes it's rules.

Not many National Trust properties open their formal gardens to dogs, but often allow them in the adjoining estate. However please bear in mind that most car parks do not have shady areas available and if they do the spaces are quickly taken.

We would love more gardens to become dog friendly, but I can understand why they are reluctant to do so. So please follow these informal rules.

  • No more than one dog per visitor.
  • Dogs to be kept on shortlead.
  • Encourage your dog to do its jobs before entering the garden.
  • Make sure you have enough poo bags.
  • Consider other visitors.

So enjoy your visit and please send any feedback about positives and negatives on your garden visit.

 Poppy Cottage Garden

Poppy Cottage Garden

Cornwall, Poppy Cottage Garden one of the prettiest in the South West

Gardens in Bath

Prior Park Landscape Gardens, Bath

Somerset, Prior Park Landscape Garden in Bath is a great place to visit

Ramster Garden

Ramster Gardens

Surrey, Will you ever find a prettier Spring / early Summer than Ramster. We do not think so!

Relaxing in Regents Park

Regents Park

Probably the best known London Park, with lakes, formal borders including roses.

Renishaw Hall Gardens

Renishaw Hall Gardens

Yorkshire, Renishaw Hall and Gardens - a great day out for lovers of historic houses and gardens

Rode Hall Gardens

Rode Hall Gardens near Stoke

Cheshire, Rode Hall, an eighteenth century house set in a Repton garden landscape containing fine portraits, furniture and porcelain.

Rowallane Gardens

Rowallane Garden, National Trust, Northern Ireland

County Down, Rowallane Gardens set in 50 acres were created in the mid 19th century by the Rev John Moore but were further developed by Hugh Moore, a famous plantsman in the early 1900s.

Rufford Country Park

Rufford Country Park

Nottinghamshire, The gardens at Rufford are just one of the attractions here.

Salutation Garden

Salutation Garden

Kent, Award-Winning RHS Partner Garden

Sheffield Botanical Gardens

Sheffield Botanical Gardens

Yorkshire, Sheffield Botanical Gardens have been subject to a major restoration programme which was completed in 2005.

Sherborne Castle Garden

Sherborne Castle and Gardens

Dorset, This was one of Capability Brown's first commissions giving the Nation a magnificent Landscape Garden

Shuborough Hall Garden

Shugborough Hall and Gardens

Staffordshire, These Grade 1 historic gardens at Shugborough date from the 18th century.

Sledmere House Garden

Sledmere House and Garden, Driffield

Yorkshire, The garden at Sledmore House in Yorkshire has become a place to explore and discover different planting areas that have an emphasis on form and colour.

St James Park

St James Park

St James Park in Central London - once a marsh but now with fine gardens.

Standen House Garden

Standen House Gardens

Sussex, Standen House is an Arts and Crafts family home, complemented by a beautiful 13 acre hillside garden.

Stanway House Fountain

Stanway House and Fountain, near Winchcombe

Gloucestershire, If you are visiting the Cotswolds and are interested in Garden history make sure you take time to visit Stanway House

Stowe Landscape Garden

Stowe Landscape Garden

Buckinghamshire, Stowe is one of the finest of Georgian landscape gardens comprising valleys and vistas, narrow lakes and rivers with more than 30 temples and monuments, designed by leading architects of the 18th-century.

Sussex Prairie Garden

Sussex Prairies Garden

Sussex, Sussex Prairie Garden of approx 6 acres planted in a naturalistic style using 30,000 plants of 600 different varieties.

Swiss Garden

Swiss Garden

Bedfordshire, A visit to The Swiss Garden takes you back to the early 19th century, when an interest in ornamental gardening and picturesque architecture was combined with a passion for 'Swiss Vogue'.

Tapeley Park Gardens

Tapeley Park Gardens

Devon, Tapeley Gardens in North Devon is certainly one for your diary. Take a look.

The Blue Pool in Dorset

The Blue Pool

Dorset, The Blue Pool Wareham is a hidden gem.

The Dingle Garden

The Dingle Garden

Powys, The Dingle is part formal and part woodland with lake. A really delightful and quiet place to visit

The Garden House near Wrexham

The Garden House, Wrexham

Wrexham, The 5 acres of garden at The Garden House sit overlooking the Welsh river Dee on the Welsh/Shropshire border.

Wynyard Hall

The Gardens at Wynyard Hall

Durham, Visit the beaitiful gardens at Wynyard Hall - see the walled garden with over 3,000 roses

The Quinta Arboretum

The Lovell Quinta Arboretum

Cheshire, This 28 acre arboretum at The Quinta was created by Sir Bernard Lovell. It is now owned by the Tatton Garden Society.

Thorp Perrow Arboretum

Thorp Perrow Arboretum

North Yorkshire, Thorp Perrow is situated at the base of the Yorkshire Dales - come and explore the 100 acres of woodland with trees from around the world, some trees dating back to Medieval times.

Old Town Gardens Swindon

Town Gardens, Swindon

Wiltshire, Step back in time to this Victorian garden set in an old quarry which used to produce Portland stone.

Tremenheere Sculpture Garden

Tremenheere Sculpture Garden near Penzance

Cornwall, A wonderful garden and must visit if you are in Cornwall

Trengwainton Garden

Trengwainton Garden, near Penzance

Cornwall, Trengwainton Garden is best in Spring and early summer with tree ferns, rhododendrons, magnolias, views to St Michael's Mount.

Gardens in Staffordshire

Trentham Gardens, Stoke on Trent

Staffordshire, Trentham Gardens date from the Capabilty Brown era with a modern twist!

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