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Dog walk

Burghley House

Peterborough, Stamford

Type of walk

Flat, Park

What's here

Free Parking, On Lead Areas, Pathed Routes, Animals On Route, Toilets, Refreshments Available, Wheelchair Friendly

About this walk

Walk the stunning Burghley estate and enjoy the parkland, designed by Capabily Brown. Take your dog on a short hour long route, following the road through the park. There are also tracks to follow. Or walk freely across the parkland for a much longer walk. Feel the history and enjoy the view of the beautiful house and ancient trees. Walk to the bridge and Bottle Lodges. Dogs on leads as there are Deer roaming. No Dogs in the courtyard and cafe, but room for picnics. You can walk to Bottle Lodges entrance and walk right into the town, try the Bull and Swan pub. Yummy food, garden and they love dogs. Burghley does have a little food shed to get treats and sweets that you can walk up to with dogs. Plenty of parking and poo bins. Water bowls provided near the courtyard. There are toilets.

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Comments (7)

  • Teddy2503 profile

    2 years ago

    Lovely walk. But need to keep dogs on leads at all time’s.
  • Whoosh profile

    2 years ago

    Sounds silly but never been but an hour walk Ending in a pub sounds perfect for us and our little pooch. Starting from the parking area facing the house, where does this route start please?
  • Humphreypug profile

    2 years ago

    Hi, from the parking area, you can follow the concrete road up to the house and all the way through to Bottle Lodges. After the cattle grid, take the left road at the fork. There are other little side routes as well to detour if you want a longer route. To find the pub, leave the gardens at the Bottle Lodges entrance and turn right into town. Bottle Lodges looks like 2 bottles. You'll find the 2 nice pubs on that road.
  • Whoosh profile

    2 years ago

    Thank you so much for your reply x
  • Cookie2021 profile

    2 years ago

    Beautiful walk, Unfortunately, have to have your dog on a lead most of the time.
  • AmyNelson profile

    4 months ago

    Lovely place to visit with your four legged friend. The kids enjoyed it too. Plenty to do and it’s beautiful place to see
  • Cullenwalkies profile

    27 days ago

    Always a treat to walk around the park, with the back drop of the house.
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Unnamed Road, Peterborough, Stamford PE9 3JY, UK View on Google

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Location details

Well sign posted as you approach Stamford

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