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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.
These Commons are a popular dog-walking place, and with 8 car parks giving access to different parts of the common you should find a good place for your dog.
In an area a bit crowded with ruined abbeys, this one is wilder and far less curated than its more famous neighbours. You'll find seats in picturesque nooks, and a very tranquil atmosphere.
A warm local pub with great character, a large garden and a friendly atmosphere. And how about that doggie smile!
Country park with plenty of wildlife interest, lake and marshy swamps. Jem loved it here, and there are lots of people with dogs.
England's shortest, widest and deepest canal! Well behaved dogs can be let off-lead on the tarmac tow path.
About 5 miles north of Dunvegan. Follow a farm track down to the beach (about 25 mins, look out for sheep and cows), which is an amazing white colour that makes the sea look turquoise.
Dogs delight of a woodland with marked trails and other paths for making up a route as you go along. In summer the ground is carpetted with wild garlic and you can really smell it!
Tree walk with safe enclosre
One of the largest areas of common land in Greater London and a popular dog walking place.
Kilve beach is a lovely rocky beach on the Jurassic coast. It lies about halfway between Minehead and Bridgwater in the heart of the Quantocks.
Relaxed and friendly pub where you and the dog will be made welcome straight away. This is a family-run inn, with meals at realistic prices and a refreshingly straightforward approach.