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Bustling country pub overlooking the green on the edge of beautiful Ashridge Forest. Great award winning food, interesting European wines and friendly staff.
A dog walk through woods and fields past what used to be the Storthes Hall Hospital near Farnley Tyas in Huddersfield.
Busy Forestry recreation space, and great for a family outing. This is a long-stay visit, not a doggie-stop on your journey because the entry charge is over £10. The Pinetum is fantastic.
Calm, restful walking on forest trails by Loch Rannoch. Small beaches for canine cooling, and a choice of aimless wanderings or purposeful signed trails from the car park.
Woodland walk on Forestry Commission land.
Popular hill range in North East Scotland.
Most people come here to climb Schiehallion, which explains the surprisingly large car park and loos.
Lovely walk through dense woodlands. Often lots of wildlife. The wood connects Alton, Fourmarks and Medstead and you can have anything from a short stroll to a good 2-3 hour walk.
An enormous sandy and dog-friendly beach that stretches for miles and miles to St Bees Head.
Dogs are allowed on the Botany Bay beach before 1000 and after 1800 between May 1st and Sept 30th. Welcome at all times throughout the rest of the year.
There are three signed routes within the park, all starting from the visitor centre and all are hilly. The view from the top is fabulous - and a great spot to blow away the travel cobwebs.
If solitude and seclusion is what you and the dog need, then this woodland has it in abundance - on a busy Bank Holiday we didn't see or hear a soul.