Dunster Castle and Watermill has been named one of the top locations in the country to take a dog for a walk.
The national trust site has been ranked in ninth place, sitting just behind other parks such as Croome Court in Worcestershire and Lyme Park in Stockport.
Dunster Castle scored 50 out of a possible 100, enough points to earn its place on the list.
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The survey conducted by Tails.com highlighted a ten point criteria to rank the different locations.
The aspects taken into account are if the parks are dog-friendly, have off the lead options, dog-friendly garden, dog-friendly woodland, dog-friendly park grounds, dog-friendly restaurant, restaurant exterior, dog waste bins and dog drinking water.
The park, which sits in-between Minehead and Watchet, offers stunning views of the Bristol Channel and a variety of different micro-climates.
It also has a restaurant with dog-friendly seating available outside and it allows dogs to explore its woodland, garden and park.
In top spot was Sheffield Park and Garden located in East Sussex.
The park provides drinking water and waste bins for dogs, dog-friendly eateries both indoor and outdoor and a woodland, garden and park area accessible for dogs.
The full list can be found below:
- Sheffield Park and Garden – 100/100
- Erddig – 80
- Lyme – 70
- Kingston Lacy – 60
- Croome – 60
- Petworth Park – 60
- Lyveden – 60
- Plas Newydd House – 60
- Dunster Castle and Watermill – 50
- Ormesby Hall – 40
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