3 Top Dog Friendly Venues in Bodmin
Dog friendly venues in Bodmin ensure that you have the best time ever, because your whole family and best friend can come with you.
If you're visiting Bodmin with your dog, then you'll want to know which are dog friendly venues so you can plan your trip better.
Most dog friendly venues will expect you to keep your dog on a lead and to clean up any whoopsies.
Most venues will do the most they can to accept dogs, it's just not always possible or practical. Below is not an exhaustive list, but I hope you find it helpful when planning your dog friendly trip to Bodmin.
Many dog friendly venues, and even shops, these days put out bowls of water for dogs - especially if the weather's hot, so keep an eye out for those!
- Bodmin Jail - Haunted Places in Cornwall
Bodmin Jail was built in 1779 and is mostly ruins today. You can look around the old jail, dine in the restaurant, or stay up all night on their paranormal and ghostly nights...
Bodmin Jail: Dog Friendly
Bodmin Jail's a great place to take your dog as there's lots of outdoor space to be enjoyed. There's no cost to go around the grounds and see all the old jail ruins, you're charged just for entry into the attraction itself, to see round the prison cells in the renovated parts of the site.
Dogs are also welcome on the Bodmin jail tour, but on leads.
- Murder Mystery Experience - Jury Service
Can you help decide in this true life mystery if Matthew is guilty? Charlotte Dymond has been murdered on Bodmin Moor; her boyfriend Matthew Weeks been arrested. In this fabulously different visitor venue,...
Bodmin Courtroom Experience: Dog Friendly
The Bodmin Courtroom Experience lets you join in a re-enactment on a famous murder trial from 1844.
Matthew Weeks was accused of murdering his girlfriend Charlotte Dymond, by Roughtor on Bodmin Moor. He was accused, tried, sentenced and hanged at Bodmin Jail. But was it a miscarriage of justice? Or just desserts?
Listen and watch the re-enactment and judge for yourself before voting in a book.
There are two sides to the story, I know what I've decided ... what will you think?
Dogs are welcome, but must be kept on a lead.
- Bodmin and Wenford Steam Railway
Enjoy a steam train ride on the Bodmin & Wenford Steam Railway. Dog friendly.
Bodmin & Wenford Steam Railway
The Bodmin & Wenford steam railway operates from Bodmin General Station, in the town.
The route takes an hour to get from Bodmin General Station to Bodmin Parkway station and back.
The steam railway is a dog friendly venue, so you and your pooch can enjoy a touch of old-fashioned luxury together.
If you're wondering can you take dogs on the Bodmin and Wenford Railway, you'll be pleased to find that dogs are welcome. Dogs travel free. Also, keep an eye out on the stations for the water bowls theyput out just for dogs. There's even a Station Labrador, keeping an eye out to make sure all dogs are treated well!
Dog Friendly Venues in Bodmin
Yes, in the grounds and on the jail tour. Also in the bar in the grounds.
Bodmin Courtroom Experience
Yes, on leads. Please clear up behind your dog.
Bodmin & Wenford Steam Railway
Yes, dogs travel free of charge and there's a bowl of water on the stations.
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