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Junction 22 Bram
A almost timeless walk along the canal. Calm, tranquil and as relaxing as you could wish.
An enormous forest with a number of trails to choose from, or just to chill out under the trees with a picnic while the dog explores the many scents on offer.
Enormous beach - long, sandy and without a dog restriction in sight!
Gleaming, but comfy pub with just the right mix of design and informality. The food's superb and service excellent.
A National Trust woodland with several short trails. It's a quiet and undisturbed place, and great for dogs.
Doggylicious trail in a big loop starting from Clonaslee. Pick a sunny day and this is fantastic.
Great combo of pub and walking path here, which should keep everyone happy.
Lots of tradition connected with the Marian Cross on this walk, and it's said to be a very popular walk during the Christmas season - maybe a bit of Santa spotting from the top?
The ruined castle at is perfectly placed if you want to combine a visit there with shopping in the town without a huge amount of organisation.
We thought that this would be a great escape from crowded beaches in high season. In the event, the beaches were deserted, and this enormous reservoir in the centre of the island equally so.
Dog-tastic walk right on the boundary of Limerick and Tipperary. Just gorgeous! There's no castle there now, but the land used to be part of the grounds.
Dogs welcome all year round. It's a great beach to walk along - we didn't let Jem swim as there seemed to be quite an undertow and he's not a strong swimmer.