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Ideal for dogs who are banned from the beach and bored of pavements in the summer. There are 220 acres of woodland and lots of different paths.
Oh, and a Roman villa.
Ramblers association footpath going through beautiful new forest woodland leading down to Symonds Yat.
Dog-friendly beach with a view across to Wales. Loads going on here, with the extraordinary natural lagoon used for water sports etc when the tide's out.
If you're driving on the A68 this is a good place for a big dog walk, although there aren't any facilities so you'll need to come prepared with picnics.
An ancient common that's owned and run by its own Preservation Society, who are doing a heroic job to conserve the native heathland and at the same time making the Common a lovely place to walk the...
Llanbedrog beach is owned by the National Trust. This sandy beach is very popular during the summer months. There are also numerous pathways in the area.
Dogs are welcome in the Old Tramway, and there's a relaxed atmosphere here.
Main beach out of bounds during the summer but at the end near the sand dunes it is very dog friendly all year round
Secluded little dog friendly bay that's a gorgeous half way point on walks from various points nearby.
Stick to the east side of the bay for swimming and avoid the strong currents on the west side.
An ideal route for a long dog walk if you don't want to cope with map-reading. The path is flat and follows the completely straight line of the re-routed River Ancholme.
Part of the National Forest, this is a fine woodland for a dog walk. It's really pretty in the Spring when the bluebells are out.
Camra pub of the year this past year. FRIENDLY bar staff, popular with locals and visitors alike.