National Trust Croome

Croome is a wonderful and beautiful National Trust that ticks all the boxes for family days out, a good long dog walk and stunning scenery.

You can park in the car park for free, but you will have to pay entry to the estate unless you are a National Trust member. The staff are so helpful in offering information, with a dog friendly map to hand, as well as telling you about water bowls and waste bags/bins around the estate.

Dogs need to be on the lead around the estate and the gardens as they have sheep some of the fields. Dogs are not allowed into the cafe in the house, nor inside the restaurant near the RAF building (there are tables and seating undercover outside the cafe for dogs and their owners).

From the start of your walk, you will know why it’s such a popular National Trust! The parklands at Croome was designed by famous English landscape architect ‘Capability’ Brown, and the beauty of the place still is a testament to what he achieved as it looks majestic in any season. The walk around the lake is particularly stunning, especially on a frosty day!

Additional information


National Trust Croome
Near High Green


Free parking

Paws for thought

Dogs have to be on the lead, but there is a field where they are allowed a run around off the lead. There are sheep in the grounds.

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