5 Pet Friendly Attractions in Somerset
Here at our UK holiday parks we know how important your pets are to you and that you want them to be part of your family holidays. We offer a range of pet friendly accommodation including luxury lodges, caravans and chalets so you needn't leave your pet at home when you visit one of our Devon, Cornwall or Somerset caravan parks.
Today is National Love Your Pet Day, the perfect opportunity to show your love for your furry friends. Whether you’re a cat lover or a dog lover today’s the day to spoil them even more than you normally do and show them how much they mean to your family. Not only is it important for your pet to have somewhere to stay, finding pet friendly activities is also a key part of your holiday, so everyone can enjoy a family day out. In honour of Love your Pet Day I have made a list of pet friendly activities for you to enjoy in Somerset this weekend and spoil your pets.
Explore one of Britain's most spectacular natural landmarks. A great day out for dogs and dog lovers, with 7 fantastic attractions to visit from its awe-inspiring cliffs to its extraordinary subterranean show caves. Great fun for all of the family, with spectacular views and 3 miles of beauty to discover you are bound to tire out your four legged friend!
Lose yourself in fifty acres of lakes, temples, cascades, tranquil woodland walks, formal terraces, vivid colours and views that take your breath away. Head to the house to find Hestercombe Gallery and be intrigued and inspired by changing exhibitions of contemporary art throughout the year. The Stables Café serves delicious home-cooked lunches and is famous for its Sunday roasts. If your dog is happy on a short lead they can spend the day with you exploring everything Hestercombe has to offer.
Set in the medieval heart of England’s smallest city Wells Cathedral was built between 1175 and 1490 and has been described as “the most poetic of the English Cathedrals”. Wells is the earliest English Cathedral to be built in the Gothic style. A warm welcome awaits visitors in the two Cathedral shops which stocks a wide range of locally sourced mementoes and gifts. The Cathedral’s café is also open daily for coffee, delicious home-made lunches, afternoon teas and dog biscuits!
Guide dogs, hearing dogs and assistance dogs are welcome in the Cathedral at all times. Other dogs are welcome in the Cathedral providing they are on a lead, well-behaved and accompanied at all times by their owner(s). Water bowls are available in the Cathedral and dog biscuits are available for sale in the cafe.
A hidden jewel in the heart of Somerset, Glastonbury Abbey is known as England's cradle of Christianity and is the resting place for three Saxon kings and the legendary King Arthur. Set in 36 acres of parkland in the middle of the town, the histories, mysteries and myths of Glastonbury Abbey define it as a place of extraordinary spiritual significance.
Torre Cider Farm has been producing traditional scrumpy for over 20 years. It is free to visit and you can browse the well stocked farm shop selling locally produced food and crafts, stop for some homemade treats in the tea room and view the farm animals whilst letting the kids play.
Torre Cider Farm is a dog friendly attraction and ask that dogs are kept on the lead and behave responsibly when using the tea room and shop.