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The Clifford Arms in Great Haywood is a traditional country pub offering a fine selection of cask-conditioned ales and guest beers together with a wide choice of freshly prepared meals and snacks.
400 year old drovers inn, flag floors and roaring fire with good food. Children, muddy boots and dogs are made very welcome.
A former linen manufacturing centre, now a country park. It was also the first site for Ulster's hydro-electric power.
Combination of woodland walk and hill-walk. Stunning views. Some higher sections steep in places. Well marked route.
A park that's also near the canal, so if your dog needs a longer run there's a lot more walking on the towpath.
Junction 19 Glanconwy Corner
Colwyn Bay has two areas where dogs are allowed - these are clearly marked on the beach. Dogs have to be on leads whilst approaching the beach on the promenade.
Malham is famous for walks to the Cove, Tarn and elsewhere and this short walk is suitable for wheelchairs, buggies and those who prefer to listen to the sounds of the brook and wind brushing through...
First class park boasting beaches, woodland glens and a lake, perfect romping space for dogs.
Black and white timbered slice of history, right opposite the Abbey and lovely for a tea/coffee as well as meals.
Dogs welcome in the bar and there's also dog-friendly accommodation.
Get a brief history of the area in 20 minutes, as you climb past neolithic caves to McArt's fort at the top.
Ideal dog walking on a hill that's called 'the cairn on a boggy mountain' - because of the tomb with a view at the top.
Brilliant beach for dog walking. Lots of surfers, kites and watch out for Blokarts! Great place to enjoy the Atlantic coast