Yesterday we all went on a day ticket to Longleat. There was something for everyone. My husband and... read more
Hi Pete, here's a C&P from the Longleat FAQ's... Are we allowed to bring dogs? Further to a recent review of Longleat's security and animal welfare policy we are no longer able to accept dog walking in the following... More
Hi Pete, here's a C&P from the Longleat FAQ's... Are we allowed to bring dogs? Further to a recent review of Longleat's security and animal welfare policy we are no longer able to accept dog walking in the following areas: Longleat House and associated courtyards, the formal grounds, landscaped gardens and the Longleat Safari and Adventure Park attractions. (Not applicable to Service Dogs although restrictions do apply). Dogs (including service dogs) are not allowed in the Safari Park for welfare reasons.. Kennelling facilities are available on a first come first served basis, these are located at the entrance to the Safari Park. Dogs are not supervised whilst in the kennels and left at your own risk. The kennels at the Safari Park entrance are basic - we would recommend you bring a water bowl and blanket for your dog to use. Dogs are not supervised whilst in the kennels and are left at your own risk. Service dogs are welcome everywhere at Longleat excluding the Safari Park, Jungle Cruise, Animal Adventure, Jungle Kingdom, Monkey Temple, Penguin Island, the Butterfly House (within Animal Adventure) and the Bat Cave. If you wish to walk your dog, then you can do so on the Pleasure walk which is accessed on foot by the Bath Arms in Horningsham. Dogs must be kept on a lead at all times and of course owners are expected to clean up after their dogs at all times. There is no access to the rest of Longleat once you reach the bottom of the Pleasure Walk and no other dog walking on the estate is permitted. This is only permitted during the Pleasure Walk's opening hours, and Longleat reserves the right to close this area without prior warning. Please use poop scoops.