THE QUEEN MOTHER'S HOME IN CAITHNESS – HER LASTING LEGACY TO THE COUNTY
 
 
  The Castle and Gardens of Mey - The Queen Mother's Home in Caithness
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Dogs
 
You are welcome to walk your dogs on a lead in the grounds, but please do not take them down to the animal centre nor into the walled garden (unless they are guide dogs).

Please 'pick up' after them and take great care in the presence of livestock, particularly cows with calves.

There is very little shade in the car park, so if you are worried about leaving your dogs in the car, please ask at the ticket office for directions to the dog parking area in the woods. See picture below:

Shaded parking area

 
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Thurso
Caithness
Scotland
KW14 8XH
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