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Easy to follow dog walkies route that's perfect for a short stroll on a hot day. It's just a few miles off the A442.
This is a really old place indeed, and was originally a resting place for monks from the nearby Jervaulx Abbey.
A fabulous dog walk on the Cotswolds Way for people and dogs, and then a fine inn to return to. The walk has no stiles or livestock.
Waterside walk in magnificent mid-Wales scenery. One for dogs and people to really enjoy.
Take a dog walk along the most beautiful shores of Loch Melfort or stroll up into the hills to take in the view of the Loch from above.
The trail around the waterfalls has been popular since the 19th century - and it's an exhilarating experience.
A small country park created from the site of a former brickworks. Now it's a pleasant easy-access dog walk around a lake.
One of the ultimutt places for a relaxing drink with the dog - right next to West Angle beach that's dog-friendly all year round.
One of the most dog-friendly towns we've seen, with dogs welcome in the inns and many of the shops too.
A good 'last chance' off-lead stop before getting into London, there are fantastic views over London from the top of the hill - and it really feels like countryside.
A good and handy doggie pitstop on the A420, with plenty of parking.
It's a shame that this country inn seems to have been shunted to one side by the main road.
The north-east tip of the island is great for dogs, with long sand/shingle beaches and a coastal path that runs over the firm sand.