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We've found 3 dog friendly attractions in Herefordshire.

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Brockhampton Estate only, Bromyard

Brockhampton Estate only

Greenfields, Bringsty, near Bromyard, Herefordshire WR6 5TB
T: 01885 482077

www: Brockhampton Estate only
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1,700 acre farmed estate with miles of walks through the park and woodland. There are ancient trees, a picturesque Lawn Pool and various sculptures depicting parts of the history of the local area.
Dogs on leads are allowed in the woods and parkland. Dogs are not allowed in the manor house or tearoom.
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Eastnor Castle, Ledbury

Eastnor Castle

Eastnor HR8 1RL
T: 01531 633160

www: Eastnor Castle
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Magnificent Geogian castle with lavish interiors set in grounds with an arboretum, 22 acre lake and a deer park. Enjoy nature trails, lakeside walks, picnic areas and a children's adventure playground and assault course.
Dogs are welcome in the grounds and castle but must be kept on a lead. Free poop scoop for every dog owner on arrival. Eastnor has its own doggy mascot, a Newfoundland called Lomu.
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Wigmore Castle, Ludlow

Wigmore Castle

8 miles west of Ludlow on A4110.

www: Wigmore Castle
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Ruined castle that is now home to lesser horseshoe bats but was once one of the most important castles in the turbulent history of the Welsh Marches.
Dogs allowed on leads.
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