One of the UK’s leading garden attractions will host a series of dog-friendly open days this summer.
After their walk, owners who head for the tearoom will find dog free bowls of water and a dog biscuit for their canine companions.
Easton Walled Gardens, the 400-year-old ‘lost’ gardens just off the A1 south of Grantham, will welcome dogs and their owners to explore the 12 acres of landscaped lawns and woodland walks as part of its dog days events happening every Sunday throughout August from 4pm.
With gates staying open until 6pm on August 3, 10, 17, 24 and 31, guests can wander and explore, taking in the Long Border, the Cottage Garden and the winding banks of the River Witham, which passes through the grounds.
Owned by the Cholmeley family for 14 generations, Easton Walled Gardens dates back to 1592. Current gardening director and dog owner Ursula Cholmeley has spent 15 years restoring the grounds.
Dogs are welcome from 4-6pm on the dates above with entry costing £6.75 for adults and £2.75 for children. Dogs get in for free!
For more information about Easton Walled Gardens or to find out more about dog days and other upcoming events visit www.eastonwalledgardens.co.uk, or call 01476 530063.