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Relaxed and easy route to Hampton Court and back along the Thames.
Long sandy beach and dog friendly, with some restrictions in high season. Shops and cafes in the town. Also inland walks over the hills.
Tucked away in a quiet part of Shropshire is the graceful red sandstone ruined castle, and dogs are welcome to visit with you.
Everything here to please the active hound. Easy to follow paths and free parking too.
Wonderful dog-friendly public gardens with a handy dog-friendly cafe. Thanks to Driving with Dogs member Rachel Stretch for this recommendation.
We stopped off at Pretty Corner Woods instead of going to Sheringham Country Park. As you turn off the Holt Road, there's a car park , and, further along, two more.
Lovely trail walks with a variety of lengths, mixture of woodland, open ground and even water for those dogs who like a splash.
Really close to the A4 and a pleasant spot for a dog walk and dog-friendly refreshments.
Short wooded walk along the Southern Upland Way. This straight path is fenced and follows the adjacent railway line for around half a mile until its end just before the railway bridge.
Walk around the lake with the option of of a woodland walk as well. From the lake cross over the D748 and you will be in the Le Bois de l'Aumonerie.
A lively dog walk onto one of the local treasures and a couple of dog-friendly pubs for after-walkies.
Pretty as a picture ittle village with a medieval dog-friendly pub, river that's perfect for cooling the paws, and an accessible walk on a hard-surface access lane.