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Shingle beach, ideal for dogs who get sore paws from the sand. No dog restrictions, and a lovely walk through woodland to reach the beach.
Thurlestone Beach is owned by the National Trust (along with South Milton beach) and it's a recognised Area of Outstanding Beauty. Dogs are allowed on the beach all year round.
No dog restrictions on Laxey Beach.
The water wheel is a local curiosity and worth a visit.
Sandy beach on the heritage coastline where dogs are allowed all year round. And a coastal footpath runs through the fields above the beach as well.
An alternative to motorway services, and somewhere useful to know about in case there's a serious delay on the motorway.
Dogs allowed all year round. This is a fascinating beach, where you can see traces of a prehistoric forest at low tide. Access is only on foot.
Outstanding walks in a fabulous mid-Wales setting. The dam is the obvious attraction and you'll find a number of well-signed trails from the car park.
Hylands Park has lots of good dog walks. You can do several different circuits, including around the Serpentine Lake & through the woods. There are two dog friendly cafés and both have free parking.
A pretty and popular village with a dog-friendly pebble beach that is a definite part of the community that surrounds it.
Shingly beach where dogs are allowed in restricted areas in season - see local signs to find out what the rules are this year.
Junction 19 Glanconwy Corner
There's space here to exercise your imagination as well as the dog - and it's free.
A sandy, rocky beach on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. It's quite sheltered and is dog friendly all year.