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Walk via Roman Antonine Wall to Banknock and back on the canal towpath
Dog friendly beach, and it's backed by some really interesting nature habitats. Lovely for families interested in nature and dogs.
This is a quiet and tranquil spot, popular with fishermen for the coarse fishing, and definitely worth exploring. More than a dog walk, this is a great day out for all the family.
Parc Glynllifon is a small country park easily reached from the A499 from Caernarvon.
Enormous park really close to Dublin. Great for clearing the head after a night out and pleasing the dog too!
This dog walk, to the west of Chesterfield, has no sheep, roads or stiles. It is partially accessible for wheelchair users on the hard surfaced, but not flat, path section.
Stock up with picnic goodies, and then head for the hills on one of the three marked circular trails. A doggie day out with the woof factor.
Large open area with ponds and a lake.
A beautiful 18th Century Manor House set in acres of woodland and parkland in the heart of Sussex. The restaurant is open 7 days a week 9am - 11pm. Dogs are welcome in the lobby and bar area.
A quiet friendly pub where dogs reign supreme as long as they are well behaved
Very useful stop-off point if you're heading south from Edinburgh - the Common is great for dogs (and drivers) and there are shops in Wooler to grab picnic supplies on your short detour to the Common.
Quaint country park with a working show farm, and 300 acres of old countryside. It's hard to believe that the end of the runway at B'ham airport forms the edge of the park - until a plane takes off.