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Carradale was once a popular tourist destination, served by the Clyde steamers and bustling in the summer. Since then the area has changed a lot with the planting of the vast Forestry plantations.
Friendly pub with good food - dogs are welcome in the Bar with a very friendly landlady who often has treats for good dogs!
Wow - this is a 14th century Inn, in an amazing historic setting. There's a beautiful walled garden, and summer garden menu. Altogether, a completely lovely pub.
Ramblers association footpath going through beautiful new forest woodland leading down to Symonds Yat.
Country park with visitor centre, deer park and forest walks
Lovely beach that is very dog friendly out of season but unfortunately dogs cannot go onto the beach after May 1st.
Enclosed and gated wood/field.
Varied walks along banks and in parkland on banks of River Clyde. Partly paved, partly boardwalk
An ideal route for a long dog walk if you don't want to cope with map-reading. The path is flat and follows the completely straight line of the re-routed River Ancholme.
Dog-friendly and sandy beach on the small 'island' of Inchydoney, close to Clonakilty. You can drive there, it's not a proper island.
Biggleswade North Roundabout
Quaint, curious and comfortable 300 year old dog-friendly pub, with a fab log fire in the winter. Also known as the 'pub with no bar'.
Country park with no sheep, stiles or steep hills. Pleasant family atmosphere, and ideal for gentle ambling.
The ponds are reservoirs for topping up the canals.