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Highly praised inn with a top class local reputation for their food, and a dog walk from the door.
Interesting park for a dog walk, created from regenerated land - it used to be an explosives factory I think.
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.
A lake belonging to the Canal Trust, so its main purpose is to top up the canal system. Leisure use is encouraged, and you'll find a sailing club, fishing, and lots of dog-walkers.
The Eagle's a traditional local, serving lunch every day and where dogs and families are welcome. Featured in the 2018 CAMRA Good Beer Guide.
A lovely beach, backed by high cliffs (so sheep-free). There's a poo bin in the harbour car park.
Cemaes has two beaches, and dogs are allowed on the westerly beach all year round. Most of the sand is on the other beach - but the west beach is great for rock pooling.
Ideal for dogs who are banned from the beach and bored of pavements in the summer. There are 220 acres of woodland and lots of different paths.
Oh, and a Roman villa.
Traditional 17th century inn, with some good and tasty rustic menu choices. Dip your toes in the stream in summer or snuggle up to the woodburner in winter. What smells nicer than a steaming dog?!
Dogs allowed on the beach here all year round. The beach is pebbly, and when the sun shines the water really sparkles.
Excellent although pebble beach, goes on for miles, dogs are more than welcome all year, my 2 loved it for their first seaside experience.
Outstanding walks in a fabulous mid-Wales setting. The dam is the obvious attraction and you'll find a number of well-signed trails from the car park.