Type of walk
Flat, Forest, Park
Free Parking, Off Lead Areas, On Lead Areas, Pathed Routes, Picnic Areas, Toilets, Refreshments Available
About this walk
National Trust Tudor Hall and garden with small woodland walk. Been here only a few times so there might be more to explore that I haven't found. It's a small place, good for a half day out and in non-covid times it had a cafe, shop and toilets (these are still closed as far as I know and I had to do a country wee in the woods :D ).
The grounds around the hall are lead only but there are a few footpaths through the woodland areas where I have let my dog off quite happily - note there is an unfenced fishing pond. It's a small area though so probably not great for dogs who like to explore spaniel style, as they might accidentally stray back to the lead-only grounds or even out to the private no-visitor areas adjacent.
Nice grassed/stepped area in front of the hall for picnics or just lazing about on a sunny day. Quiet on weekdays, free parking. I only found only one dog poo bin so far - in an odd place too, up a side road away from the Hall & car park.
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