When you come and stay at Hesdin Hall you can bring two dogs along with you – provided they’re well behaved of course, so don’t worry about booking kennels for your pet pooch, just get his gear packed and bring him too!

There’s a secure walled garden at Hesdin Hall – in other words somewhere to chase your mutt about, play ball and catch, and teach him some new tricks. If you want to go and discover more of the wonderful Wiltshire countryside you'll find walks galore; there are several footpaths and tracks leading from the nearest village, Chapmanslade, so pack an OS map or get the app on your phone. Lace up your boots and have an amble through Black Dog Woods, a picture in springtime when the floor is a carpet of bluebells. Head off for a day taking in the famous white horses carved on the chalk hillsides of this part of the world; the best known one is at Bratton Camp, just outside of Westbury; grab the lead and go for a stroll whilst you're there.

If you’re picking up essentials in Warminster, go and stretch your legs at Cley Hill whilst you’re over that way; it’s a steep climb but well worth it for the views. Have a wander round Southwick Country Park, take a picnic and your nature spotting books. And if you’re heading out for the day, choose wisely and you can take your pet too; a bimble around the lakes at Stourhead perhaps, around Lacock village, the Peto Gardens at Ilford Manor, or along the towpath of the Kennet & Avon canal at Bradford on Avon. You’ll find lots to keep that little tail wagging!

Note: Two dogs are welcome at Hesdin Hall and must be added when you make your booking. A charge of £50 per dog will then be applied to the booking total. We do have dog rules at our properties, so please make sure you have read these before planning to bring your dog. 

Dog Rules!

Ensure that dogs are kept off all furniture in the house and are not allowed to go upstairs.

Dogs are not allowed in the swimming pool, hot tub or sauna.  

Dogs are not allowed to be left unattended in the property at any time. 

It is preferable that dogs sleep in a crate at night but if this is not possible, please follow our guidelines as to where the dog should sleep. 

Please feed your dogs either outside or in the utility room.

Please ensure all dog mess is picked up throughout your stay and before you leave on the morning of departure. 

Please be aware that surrounding grounds and farmland may contain livestock; therefore, please be courteous and make sure that dogs are kept on leads and fully supervised at all times.