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Sand and shingle beach in the middle of town.
Mainly a food pub with a nice atmosphere, on a country lane, an area of 3 or 4 cosy tables inside is available for visitors with dogs or there are tables outside.
Stunning views of the Solway Coast. At low tide you can venture out onto the 'flats' but just take care as there are some deep channels.
Miles and miles of empty beach. Doggie delight on a grand scale. Also traces of the Romans who used to be billetted here as part of the coastal defences.
Sandy dog-friendly beach within easy reach of shops, cafes and facilities. There are seasonal dog restrictions, but the area by Naze Tower is good all year round.
A locals beach a couple of miles along the promenade from Blackpool Tower and Piers. Dog friendly all year round but subject to tides (sea comes right up to sea wall at high tide).
Portheras Cove is a delightful little beach near Pendeen. There's a problem though - once you've been stung for parking, and clambered down the cliff path to reach the beach you'll see two signs.
There are three beaches at Abersoch and the town beach (by the harbour) has dog restrictions in summer, so avoid this with your dog.
The beach is open all year round but has no facilities. There is a small car park from which you have to walk across some uneven ground through a tunnel where you are greeted by a long open beach
Enormous and highly dog-friendly beach all year round.
Miles and miles of sandy beach for dogs to run free and enjoy.
Kilve beach is a lovely rocky beach on the Jurassic coast. It lies about halfway between Minehead and Bridgwater in the heart of the Quantocks.