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Nice dog walking place, with an on-lead restriction. The Boleyn family home was on this site, and the ghost of Anne Boleyn is said to be wandering around with a suitably headless retinue.
Dogs are allowed on Waterfoot Beach all year round with no restrictions. As well as the long sandy beach there are good walks nearby, especially in the Glenariff forest park.
Dog friendly beach with no restrictions. Hightown is between Formby and Crosby, and you can get there by train (Hightown Station) or by car from the A565.
Ladye Bay is a very pretty small beach surrounded by cliffs. To get down to the beach you park on the road at the top of the cliff.
One of the most dog-friendly towns we've seen, with dogs welcome in the inns and many of the shops too.
The brightly painted headstocks near the entrance show that this recently created nature park was once a coal mining site.
One of the glories of this dog walk on the Trans-Penine Trail is that there are no hills, or even slopes, and the path stays firm and shoe-friendly in wet weather.
A popular destination for Coventry folk, there is lots to do here all through the year.
Formby Beach is ideal for families, with a large car park, picnic areas and waymarked paths to the beach, dunes and woods. Dog loved it on the beach.
This looks really lovely - and there's camping nearby too.
A relaxing stop in a small French town that lies well off the usual tourist routes, and a walk in the grounds of an ancient chateau with links to modern Montreal.
Popular with dog walkers also used for sports events