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Long curvy beach, Dogs allowed all the way from Seaton Sluice to Blyth. A small area of the Blyth end is reserved as no dogs. Lovely dunes and views, facilities en-route and free parking.
Dog-friendly and sandy beach on the small 'island' of Inchydoney, close to Clonakilty. You can drive there, it's not a proper island.
Junction 19 Glanconwy Corner
Colwyn Bay has two areas where dogs are allowed - these are clearly marked on the beach. Dogs have to be on leads whilst approaching the beach on the promenade.
Small sandy beach, one of few on the eastern part of the Solway Firth. Very picturesque and nice coastal paths.
Excellent although pebble beach, goes on for miles, dogs are more than welcome all year, my 2 loved it for their first seaside experience.
Friendly pub, excellent food (Closed Mondays) Dogs very welcome.
Even Prince Charles has been to this Pub!
Sheltered shingle and pebble beach that is just gorgeous. Dogs are welcome on the beach
Dog-friendly beach with a view across to Wales. Loads going on here, with the extraordinary natural lagoon used for water sports etc when the tide's out.
A sheltered shingly bay backed by steep cliffs. Access path through woods. Part of the Exmoor National Park. Nearly always quiet and peaceful.
Steep shingle and pebble beach.
Beach walk from Barry through Carnoustie, Westhaven to Easthaven...
Massive sandy beach populated by sculptor Antony Gormley's 'Another Place' figures. Some dogs are very wary of the men staring out to sea, others treat them as convenient trees.