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Country park with visitor centre, deer park and forest walks
Dog walking places in Ireland
Very remote, and on part of the Wicklow Way route.
With comfy sofas and tub chairs our bar is perfect for relaxing after a good legstretch with the dog in the nearby Ashridge Estate or enjoying a quiet pint with the pooch on the way home from work.
Really old park, stuffed full of heritage - Anglo-saxon burial mounds, the Meridian Line ... and a great place to walk the dog.
Dog-friendly shingle beach with loads of space for dogs to go nuts by the sea. There's sand when the tide is out. This isn't where Willian the Conq landed, this wasn't even land then!
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.
Lovely wooded area for a dog walk, plenty of tracks to follow, well laid out forestry commission area.
Close to Herriot country, this is a good dog-friendly place to stop for refreshments just off the A19 between Thirsk and York.
Cudworth Common has been reclaimed from former colliery workings, to become a local dog walkers' favourite. There's a small lake, and paths through the rapidly growing woodland.
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.
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.
Lottery money has transformed this 200 acre park into a pleasant walking spot.