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Main beach out of bounds during the summer but at the end near the sand dunes it is very dog friendly all year round
Award winning Blue Flag beach.
Really nice beach for dogs, and coastal path for proper walkies.
Pretty litle market town with a square to sit and enjoy a coffee and watch the world wake up, and then a pleasant stroll along the promenade with the dog.
The doggy section of the beach is towards the 'nose' of the bay (Penrhyn Hill), and marked. Note that there is a complete dog ban on the West beach in Llandudno.
A glorious pub with real fires, a fantastically friendly atmosphere and wonderful food too.
This is the newest of the country parks in this corner of Wales, and has been formed from three collieries and what was once the highest coal tip in Europe.
Real ale brewed on site. Fabulous food and pub dog and cat loitering in the bar areas. Flagstoned floor and other dogs frequent visitors to the pub.
Hook Norton pub in the old part of the village. For when you just want to hang out with the dog and a decent pint. And a walk.
Short dog walk, with lots to occupy people as well as dogs. The park is a linear park that runs along the valleys of the Goyt and Sett rivers, and has the impressive Torrs Gorge in it.
Once a gravel works this is now a 60 acre country park and home to a range of birds, insects and wild flowers. There are plenty of paths to follow, including a designated paw trail.
A long sandy beach. A notice by the car park requests that dogs are kept on a lead because of sheep grazing on the land nearby.