Important notice: We are operating a cashless environment throughout the whole hotel & will be accepting card payments only. For COVID-19 guidance & advice, please visit gov.uk. We are following all government recommendations and will revise rules in-line with announcements. Wearing a mask is mandatory for staff and guests unless exempt. We cannot enforce social distancing but we ask that you are conscientious.
For dog walking in Coventry and Warwickshire, look no further than Coombe Abbey Park. We welcome dogs in the park and we have a huge amount of space available for exercising your dog on and off the lead.
Coombe Abbey Park has designated ‘off lead’ areas so well behaved dogs can be exercised off lead. Please ask a member of staff if you are not sure which areas dogs are permitted to be exercised off the lead.
To protect wildlife and certain vulnerable natural habitats and gardens, we have ‘on lead’ areas within the park.
The Gift Shop, located in the Retail and Information Centre, sells a charming selection of doggie goodies including dog leads, toys and balls.
Our helpful staff will be happy to assist you with any queries or concerns you may have on your visit. They can also advise on what to see and do in the park that day.
Please clean up after your dog – bag it and bin it. All general litter bins are suitable for dog waste. Forgotten your poo bags? You can purchase these from within the Retail and Information Centre.
Is your dog thirsty after their walk? You can find water points with dog bowls at either side of the Visitor Centre.
Please note, there are dog tether points at either side of the Visitor Centre.
If you want to walk your dog off lead, please look for the designated off lead areas or ask a member of staff who will be happy to assist you.
Landscaped by Capability Brown, enjoy dog walking in Coventry with a difference when you venture around our stunning Formal Gardens in Coombe Abbey Park.
After a day exploring Coombe Abbey Park, stop by Cafe in the Park, which has picnic tables outside where you and your pooch can rest and you can enjoy coffee, cake, or a bite to eat.