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Lovely beach that is very dog friendly out of season but unfortunately dogs cannot go onto the beach after May 1st.
Gently shelving shingle and sandy beach with rock pools allowing easy, safe access for dogs that enjoy swimming but are unable to scramble or jump in and out of the water.
The doggy section of the beach is towards the 'nose' of the bay (Penrhyn Hill), and marked. Note that there is a complete dog ban on the West beach in Llandudno.
Once a gravel works this is now a 60 acre country park and home to a range of birds, insects and wild flowers. There are plenty of paths to follow, including a designated paw trail.
This is the newest of the country parks in this corner of Wales, and has been formed from three collieries and what was once the highest coal tip in Europe.
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.
A glorious pub with real fires, a fantastically friendly atmosphere and wonderful food too.
Award winning Blue Flag beach.
A long sandy beach. A notice by the car park requests that dogs are kept on a lead because of sheep grazing on the land nearby.
Real ale brewed on site. Fabulous food and pub dog and cat loitering in the bar areas. Flagstoned floor and other dogs frequent visitors to the pub.
The route circumnavigates the lake with lovely views across and along it, and sailing dinghys making a beautiful tranquil picture.
Most dogs prefer trees and greenery to the beach - and here in Weymouth there's Lodmoor Country Park - a space that's great for dogs, and just a few minutes walk from the sea front.