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Enjoy your very own self-catered Longleat Cottage, boasting views out over either the Safari Park’s East African Reserve or the sprawling lawns of Longleat House.

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We do not accept dog walking in the following areas: Longleat House and associated courtyards, the formal grounds, landscaped gardens and the Safari Park and Main Square attractions. This is not applicable to Service Dogs, although restrictions do apply.

Dogs (including service dogs) are not allowed in the Safari Park for animal welfare reasons. Kennelling facilities are available on a first come first served basis which are located at the entrance to the Safari Park. Dogs are not supervised whilst in the kennels and left at the owner's own risk.

The kennels at the Safari Park entrance are basic so we would strongly recommend you bring a water bowl and blanket for your dog to use, as well as something to help keep them entertained.

Service dogs are welcome everywhere at Longleat excluding the Safari Park, Jungle Cruise, Animal Adventure, Jungle Kingdom, Monkey Temple.

Please note, due to the current coronavirus restrictions and limited capacities in place on our park, the Pleasure Walk is currently closed to all walkers.

If you wish to walk your dog, then you can do so on the Pleasure walk which is accessed on foot by the Bath Arms in Horningsham. Dogs must be kept on a lead at all times and owners are expected to clean up after their dogs at all times. There is no access to the rest of Longleat once you reach the bottom of the Pleasure Walk and no other dog walking on the estate is permitted.

This is only permitted during the Pleasure Walk's opening hours, and Longleat reserves the right to close this area without prior warning. 

For all lost or found property please visit Guest Services in the Main Square, or if you notice after you've left the Park, contact the team via

Yes, the National Cycle Network will remain open.

Due to avian flu most of the free range birds, such as turkeys and chickens will be kept within penned areas, but you will be able to view these. The ostrich will be back in the reserve and the lorikeets will remain closed due to Covid restrictions.

Longleat is delighted to be able to announce both Shearwater and Heaven’s Gate are both open.

We would ask people to respect and be sensible about ongoing restrictions, by social distancing and taking additional precautions as necessary to ensure the safety and wellbeing of others.

We would also urge anyone visiting either location by car to make use of the car parks and refrain from parking on the sides of the road.


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Telephone: 01985 844400 - lines open Monday to Friday from 9:00am to 5:00pm.

Address: The Estate Office, Longleat, Warminster, Wiltshire, BA12 7NW