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With comfy sofas and tub chairs the 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.
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.
Fenella is a small sandy and dog-friendly beach under the walls of Peel Castle. It's called 'Fenella' after one of the characters in a dramatic novel by Sir Walter Scott.
Big dog walking space overlooking the river.
The largest park in Sheffield, Graves is a brilliant mix of open parkland, natural and semi-natural woodlands and meadows and great views out towards the edge of the Peak District
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.
Dog-friendly shingle beach with loads of space for dogs to go nuts by the sea. There's sand when the tide is out. This isn't where Willian the Conq landed, this wasn't even land then!
Dog walks in Ireland
This used to be a deer park where nobles could hunt, now it's open to all.
This is a very tranquil place where dogs can enjoy a walk around the lakes, meadows and woods in the grounds of a former palace. There's also a walled garden to admire.
Plenty to occupy dogs and walkers here, with an archaeology trail that heads for 2000 year old Pictish hut circles. Wow! Lovely loch too. You'll need proper walking boots for this one.
Traditional Country Pub with lovely food, friendly staff & good beer. Dog-friendly of course!