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Forest walk and close to Rathmelton, an interesting centre of the early linen trade in Ireland. The area was famous for the quality of its flax, used to make linen.
Secure beach with a wide expanse of sand with cliffs and rocks to keep dogs safely away from roads. Beautiful views across to Tenby and Caldy Island.
Summer dog ban from May 1st - September 30th
The Eagle's a traditional local, serving lunch every day and where dogs and families are welcome. Featured in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide.
Highly praised inn with a top class local reputation for their food, and a dog walk from the door.
The wild, remote area and a magnificent waterfall at the end of an easy to follow path makes this short walk an exhilarating experience. There may be sheep around, but otherwise it's ideal for dogs.
Long dog friendly beach for wonderful peaceful 2 mile walk between Holkham and Wells with miles of firm sand and tidal inlets for the less adventurous dogs.
Ladye Bay is a very pretty small beach surrounded by cliffs. To get down to the beach you park on the road at the top of the cliff.
Cudworth Common has been reclaimed from former colliery workings, to become a local dog walkers' favourite. There's a small lake, and paths through the rapidly growing woodland.
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 quiet wooded hillside park that's ideal for dog walking.
Massive sandy beach at low tide, and no dog restrictions! The beach is also popular with sand buggies and horse riders. And there are plenty of local shops, cafes and a hotel behind the beach.
Excellent although pebble beach, goes on for miles, dogs are more than welcome all year, my 2 loved it for their first seaside experience.