Dog walk

Newstead Abbey


Type of walk

Flat, Park

What's here

Paid Parking, Off Lead Areas, On Lead Areas, Pathed Routes, Picnic Areas, Water On Route, Toilets, Refreshments Available, Wheelchair Friendly

About this walk

Ideal day out with room for a walk, with views of Lord Bryons home and picnic space! Beautiful surroundings with landscaped lawns, streams, Japanese garden and pathes explore. We walked around the grounds but there is also a large lake and surrounding estate. Plenty of other dogs to play with.

Large car park £6 for all day. Easy to find, cafe and toilets. Dog bowls. Check website for details.

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Location details

Sign posted and easy to find

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