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Over 1,000 acres of green space for Londoners to re-oxygenate. The park is divided into different sections, and the most attractive for dogs is the Woodland Gardens area which runs down to the river.
Beach and coastal path walk to Bembridge Ledge and back. The path is signed and easy to follow (just keep the sea to your left!)
National Trust property - so dog restrictions and no entry to house etc. Best to park at the Holt car park (not the main car park) and then you can walk near lakes and away from the restricted areas.
A glorious estate overlooking the Firth of Clyde, this is the home of the Clan MacMillan. With marvellous grounds, long established woods and a stream to explore, this is a paradise for dogs.
A fine, flat waterside area with wonderful views over the Colne and Blackwater estuaries. Lovely for a dog walk.
Southwold beach has summer restrictions for dogs, so head instead for te dog-friendly Southwold Denes - north of the main beach.
A forest walk towards a set of intriguing pre-historic cup and ringed rocks, which can really set the imagination going.
No stiles, no hills and no map needed for this dog walk on a reclaimed railway line, once part of the North Staffs branch line. It's a varied and scenic route, and lovely on a quiet day.
Remote piece of forestry on the England/Wales border, where the ghosts of druids past may linger - along with the unquiet souls of parliamentarians murdered at the 12th century Hopton Castle during...
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.
Dogs are allowed on Waterfoot Beach all year round with no restrictions. As well as the long sandy beach there are good walks nearby, especially in the Glenariff forest park.
If you're staying in La Rochelle this is a locals dog walk to a park that aims to mix the best of English parkland design with the practicalities of the Atlantic climate and strong winds.