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About 5 miles north of Dunvegan. Follow a farm track down to the beach (about 25 mins, look out for sheep and cows), which is an amazing white colour that makes the sea look turquoise.
Skellingthorpe has a great dog walk. The path is a path that leads to Newark one way and unsure about the other way.
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.
We set off from our pub base in Wells to find the sea and walked to Holkham Estate and back across the endless sands and dunes.
Beautiful walk along the River Severn with the steam railway in the background.
Yorkshire might have more stunning ruins than any other county, and this is way up there in the ruin league. And dog-friendly.
Dogs will love the mixture of woodland, river and grassy spaces here for a really good romp. It's close to Junction 12 of the A12 and is pawfect for a doggiestop.
Well off the beaten track, and possibly the most unspoiled pub in the county. If it's friendly rural authenticity you're after, here it is.
There's plenty to explore in the glorious surrounding countryside, including the chalk downs.
The Park is just above the town, and on a sunny day you can get an idea of why the Victorians flocked to the town to take the waters - and build an extraordinary number of houses.
Relaxed and friendly pub where you and the dog will be made welcome straight away. This is a family-run inn, with meals at realistic prices and a refreshingly straightforward approach.
A fabulous dog walk on the Cotswolds Way for people and dogs, and then a fine inn to return to. The walk has no stiles or livestock.