Every dog owner loves their canine companion and many believe that they too are part of the family. So, we have put a list together of places you can go and visit with your dog, near to our Haven parks.
(Nearest Park: Devon Cliffs)
Rated one of the Telegraphs’ top ten family days out in
Devon, why not take a visit down to Sidmouth to visit hundreds of unique and adorable donkeys. Only a half an hour drive from our Devon Cliffs Park it is a great and different way to spend your day.
(Nearest Park: Golden Sands)
They are called the dog’s of the sea, so why not take your furry friend to meet his aquatic counterpart! Natureland Seal Sanctuary welcomes dogs to come on a day put with their families and due to being located in Skegness; it’s just a 40 minute drive away from our Golden Sands Park.
(Nearest Park: Thornwick)
Your dog could be a necessity when visiting the Original Ghost Walk of York. This renowned experience promises you magic, mystery and wonder as it walks you through the haunted streets of York. A great way to experience the history of York authentically!
(Nearest Park: Combe Haven)
How ‘bout a Scooby Snack? Offering treats, toys, party accessories, birthday cakes and ‘pup-cakes’ this unique bakery in Bexhill is perfect place for you to treat your pet. After you can always treat yourself with the Dog-friendly cafe ‘Tea Beside the Sea’ just directly opposite!
(Nearest Park: Haggerston Castle)
Located on Holy Island this beautiful priory is a perfect place for your whole family. As you walk round the historic ruins, you can enjoy the beautiful surroundings and stunning views of the Northumbrian coast. Ensure you check the tide tables as can only be reached when there is a low tide.
(Nearest Park: Church Farm)
Have history come to life at this dog friendly museum. Experience the life of people during the Tudor period with a variety of activities like working a watermill and seeing traditional farm animals. Just a 20 minute drive from our Church Farm Park, a great day-out idea that means no leaving your pup behind!
(Nearest Park: Allhallows)
Go and visit the childhood home of Anne Bolyen! Filled with over 700 years history this castle will not disappoint, you can relax as your kids and four-legged friend enjoy the beautiful grounds and gardens including the 100 year old Yew Maze.
(Nearest Park: Hopton)
After a walk on the Dunwich dog-friendly heath and beach you can take your pooch to go sit and enjoy the tea room’s famous scone (winner of the 2014 National Trust Scone of the Year) whilst enjoying in the breathtaking views of the Suffolk coast.
(Nearest Park: Lakeland)
Dogs a welcomed with open arms here as you travel across the Lake Districts national park on a steam engine! There are seven stops on the journey, whilst passing outstanding scenery and some of the highest mountains in England.