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Wow - this is a 14th century Inn, in an amazing historic setting. There's a beautiful walled garden, and summer garden menu. Altogether, a completely lovely pub.
Lots of different paths to choose the perfect dog walk here. There's even a 'Wildwood' trail made by kids for kids.
This short walk is scented with a variety of odours to delight doggy noses. The reed beds have a practical purpose, and also won the Coal Board some awards.
Get a brief history of the area in 20 minutes, as you climb past neolithic caves to McArt's fort at the top.
400 year old drovers inn, flag floors and roaring fire with good food. Children, muddy boots and dogs are made very welcome.
No dog restrictions on Parton Beach, and you'll find local shops and a pub just a short walk from the beach (on the other side of the railway line).
Main beach out of bounds during the summer but at the end near the sand dunes it is very dog friendly all year round
Beach walk from Barry through Carnoustie, Westhaven to Easthaven...
Biggleswade North Roundabout
Quaint, curious and comfortable 300 year old dog-friendly pub, with a fab log fire in the winter. Also known as the 'pub with no bar'.
A lovely beach, backed by high cliffs (so sheep-free). There's a poo bin in the harbour car park.
Dog walking places in Ireland
Fairly short and often bracing walk with the dog above Dublin - on a fine day there are big views, and plenty to see.
Junction 19 Glanconwy Corner
Just the place for a dog walk away from the bustle of the beach. It's easily walkable from the town.