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This is one of the largest working oak woods in the country, and it's a gorgeous place to spot red squirrels.
There are a couple of trails to follow, or just have a wander as the mood strikes.
This is a particularly useful stop for campervans, as there's a large field for campervans and campers right next to a lake (summer only).
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.
A National Trust woodland with several short trails. It's a quiet and undisturbed place, and great for dogs.
Gleaming, but comfy pub with just the right mix of design and informality. The food's superb and service excellent.
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.
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.
Look no further if it's a big, open dog walking space you're after. The aptly named 'Big Moor' stretches away for miles.