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A nice walk along the River Weaver in the Historic town of Nantwich. Close to the A51 it's a pawfect stop over. Pubs and Eateries abound in the town with regular Farmers Markets.
Good sized park, and home of the brilliant named Woofstock dog show. A popular dog walking park.
One of the last unspoilt beaches on this stretch of the South East coastline, ideal if you'd like a quiet walk. Gentle sloping shingle at high tide and lovely sand at low tide. Great fun for the dogs.
About half way between Scarborough and Whitby. Take refreshments and dog water with you - there are no facilities.
Dog-friendly inn on the Isle of Skye - said to be the oldest establishment on the island.
Towneley Hall and park are one of Burnley's greatest assets. The Hall, which is open to the public, sits in extensive parkland with woods, riverbanks, a playground and playing fields.
The Tissington Trail runs for 13 miles between Ashbourne and Parsley Hay, and was once a railway line. Now it's popular with dog walkers, cyclists and horse riders.
A hugely popular park near Tunbridge Wells, this former private garden was created by the renowned Victorian landscape gardener Robert Marnock.
As the name suggests, this walk is in woodland created from former railway sidings which carried coal from the Rainford Colliery.
Designated on-lead dog walk around a newly made lake, with poo bins at strategic intervals.
You can't get to the WCs or shops/cafes in the services with the dog.
Varied dog walks around fields and woods, close to the Vyne House (National Trust). Water, trees and fields - walks range from 1-4 miles.
Portwrinkle beach has two halves, one is dog friendly all year round and one is dog friendly out of season (oct - march).