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Coille an Fhaltaigh Millenium Park is in easy driving time of Kilkenny, and a popular place for a dog walk.
Dog-friendly shingle beach with loads of space for dogs to go nuts by the sea. There's sand when the tide is out. This isn't where Willian the Conq landed, this wasn't even land then!
This should be such a lovely forest walk for families and dogs to enjoy. But it's hard to say much positive about a walk here because of the number of dog poo bags littering the paths.
Through woodlands then fields. Lots of wood anemones, crows and pheasants.
Small wood, full of ancient trees and great for dogs.
A short, and easy to follow there-and-back Forest walk with views over the sea and the Conwy Valley. There are no stiles on this walk.
Local legends say that this valley was created by the Devil.
Recommended by Carole and Jack who say 'A friend organises an annual dog walkers' Christmas brunch here and on our lunchtime visit, wet and bedraggled, we all received a warm welcome.
Lots for dogs to enjoy in the 235 acres of this gorgeous park. Much of it is wild meadow (avoid in hay fever season if you're a sufferer).
A popular quaffing spot for thirsty thespians, the relaxed atmosphere of this riverside pub is a joy for dogs on a jaunt to Stratford on Avon.
Lovely walk along the sand bank to the black rocks - takes 60 to 90 minutes. But check the tide times.
Amidst the historic buildings - not only the abbey but also a Jacobean Hall built with some of the abbey's stones - there are some charming dog walks around the lake and parkland.