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Fully accessible dog walk on flat paths through a nature reserve, and a child and dog-friendly Tudor inn with roaring fires in winter and a garden in summer.
Park in the middle of St Quentin near to the Ibis hotel, and the cathedral.
There are plenty of dogs here, all on leads as the park is surrounded by roads.
Enormous expanse of pine forest (more than 900 acres), rough boggy ground and some well made paths in one of the least populated parts of the country. It's a dogs' delight!
Miles of shingle beach, and dogs allowed all year round.
The castle here is said to be the home of Uther Pendragon of Camelot fame.
Long walks along beach in two directions with sands and clay cliffs. Tidal river and when the tide is in there's not so much space for walking. Dogs allowed at any time of day and all year round.
National Trust property off the A50 and the A34. Free parking and fantastic free running for dogs and a stream running through the middle for a paddle and a drink.
This is a lovely beach for dogs.
Gorgeous stretch of sandy beach. Dogs allowed all year round.
If you're travelling across the A66, a great place to stretch your legs and dog's paws is in the village of Dufton - an attractive village which sits on the Pennine Way.
This is a great summer walk by the river to keep dogs cool.
A massive forest to explore, with footpaths running in every direction. Total doggy bliss!