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This is a breathtaking place to visit, especially after rain when the river thunders over the Falls of Measach. The views from the suspension bridge are breathtaking, and the walking is good too.
Places to walk the dog in Ireland
Secluded woodland with forest trails and access to the lake and beach.
It may be difficult to tear some people away from the station - it's a lovingly restored example of a North Eastern Railway station from around 1912, and well worth some admiration for the effort...
The "Small" bar is very comfortably furnished with leather sofas, wingback chairs and a gas fireplace perfect for a quiet drink. Dogs are permitted in this area, and children are not.
An uncrowded sandy beach. What's not to like?
Dogs allowed on the beach all year. It's a long secluded sandy beach with steep cliffs.
This is a fascinating open space, as it is really several parks within a park.
Easy to follow circular path around the Reservoir. Dogs adore this mix of woodland, tracks and good sniffs. On a warm day, it's worth taking a map and sandwiches and making a day of it here.
A rare chance to to walk on one of the few remaining Roman roads in Wales, with the added bonus of a stone circle and several sets of standing stones as well.
Pebbles leading to flat sand...sand accessible at low tide only
This is a fabulous place to explore. The park is set in a glacial valley and is a glorious area of woodlands, lakes and pastureland, and the countryside is gorgeous.
With comfy sofas and tub chairs our bar is perfect for relaxing after a good legstretch with the dog in the nearby Ashridge Estate or enjoying a quiet pint with the pooch on the way home from work.