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Remote but impressive sandy beach where dogs are allowed all year round.
Village pub renowned for it's selection of real ales, ciders and whiskey. Curries are a pub speciality.
CAMRA Cheshire Pub of the Year 2017, 18 and 2019.
Wheal Coates is one of the most photographed areas in Cornwall with iconic mining ruins and amazing views up & down the coast.
Completely dog-friendly pebble beach, with particular appeal to surfers and dog owners. It's a great place for fossil hunting too.
Wheata Woods is very old woodland, and you can really feel that the trees have seen plenty of history.
An unhurried, neighbourly part of Derbyshire with footpath links to the Trans Pennine Trail for longer dog walks.
Fabulous woodland walkies near the Clyde estuary.
An easy stroll around Malham Tarn - ideal for a laid back start to the day. Worth taking an extra layer as it can get nippy even on bright days.
Grand Riez / Villefleur
We've included this to let you know that for an emergency pitstop this Aire is available. It's not great - but hey, in a desperate situation who cares?
Dogs welcome all year round.
A relaxing stop in a small French town that lies well off the usual tourist routes, and a walk in the grounds of an ancient chateau with links to modern Montreal.
Greenfield Valley is a small-scale seventy acre country park with woodlands, reservoirs, ancient monuments and industrial history close to the market town of Holywell, North Wales.