Best dog-friendly National Trust cafés

Arlington Court, Devon
Dogs are welcome in the National Trust Carriage Museum and the gardens of Arlington Court. They can even run off-lead on the estate, except in lambing season. There is a tea garden where you can have lunch with your dog, and the café has dog treats.

Birling Gap and the Seven Sisters, East Sussex
Dramatic Birling Gap makes for a blustery walk with your dog on the clifftops, followed by a visit to the café. Dogs are welcome in sections of the café and shop.

Sticklebarn and the Langdales, the Lake District
For an unforgettable walk, the Langdales in the Lake District offers short or challenging routes around the stunning countryside. Sticklebarn café sells home-made cakes and lunches, and has a special doggy menu for its fourlegged customers.

Trelissick, Cornwall
Down in Cornwall, the beautiful Trelissick Estate has wonderful walks for dogowners and a café with home-made dog biscuits.

Wallington, Northumberland
In the North-East, the Wallington Estate offers extensive dog walks, and its café has water bowls and home-made dog treats for your friend to woof up.

Looking for a pet-friendly holiday cottage?
The National Trust has more than 200 dog-friendly cottages for rent across England, Wales and Northern Ireland – and dogs go free! Why not book Snowshill Honor’s Cottage in the picturesque village of Snowshill in the Cotswolds? It’s opposite the fascinating Snowshill Manor and Garden, which is well worth a visit.