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Mountain Goat Tours Questions & Answers

Exeter, United Kingdom

hi are dogs allowed

over a year ago Answer

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Hello.

Thank you for your question.

We only allow assistance dogs on our public tours, we ask for customers to contact us directly to book (so we can allocate space).

For private bookings, dogs can normally travel with prior arrangement.

On our 525 service (public bus service) we do allow all dogs, there maybe a small charge.

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have anymore questions.

11 months ago
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Sorry don't know but contact them direct they are very approachable

11 months ago
Hobart, Australia
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I could not say for sure but would guess not. Contact the tour direct to check.

11 months ago
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No idea. I'd check the website.

over a year ago
Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
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The bus was quite small about 15 passengers no dogs on it but go on their website it should tell you on there

over a year ago
London, United Kingdom
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Best to ask them direct as there will be other people on the tour - however I know that the Beatrix Potter house doesn't allow dogs to go in.

over a year ago
Horden, United Kingdom
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maybe, a small dog would probably be allowed at the discretion of the company, they are very approachable so why not ask them direct?

Have a good trip.

over a year ago
Hornsby, Australia
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Probably not, although we were not told especially as no one wanted to take a dog with them on our particular tour. The vans are mini vans to get around the tiny country lanes safely so I would think no dogs allowed.

over a year ago
Victoria, Canada
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I doubt it. The van wasnt very large

over a year ago
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