Deddington CastleAn English Heritage site where dogs on leads are very welcome and there is some fascinating history to discover while you’re there. There are many village pubs nearby that will happily welcome dogs too.
Bernwood Butterfly TrailA beautiful marked trail around the forest takes around 90 minutes and will give dogs a good opportunity to burn off some energy. It also gives you the chance to see some beautiful butterflies, flora and fauna in the meantime.
Blenheim Palace ParklandAlthough dogs are not allowed within the palace grounds or pleasure gardens, the parkland surrounding Blenheim Palace is beautiful, open and utterly dog friendly. It’s also free to use.
Cotswold Wildlife Park
Dogs on a lead can enter the park, however they are not allowed indoors or into some of the area such as the Children’s Farm.
(Note on Waddesdon Manor – Dogs are not permitted in the main Gardens nor do they have parking in the shade, so The Manor’s dog owning guests may want to consider this. If you do want to visit, The Manor’s Dog Sitting Service may be of use to you. Find out more about it here.)
Ask the team at Reception for many dog walking ideas in the immediate countryside of Weston-on-the-Green.