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A popular destination for Coventry folk, there is lots to do here all through the year.
Formby Beach is ideal for families, with a large car park, picnic areas and waymarked paths to the beach, dunes and woods. Dog loved it on the beach.
Walk via Roman Antonine Wall to Banknock and back on the canal towpath
Refurbished and improved, still dog-friendly and now with good menu choices.
Scenic spot for a picnic and dog walk through the forest, and on the shore of Loch Kyle.
Lots of space (200 acres) for a full length dog walk here. There's also an art gallery - but not for dogs.
You would never know that this forest land had been created over the remains of a disused railway line and coal mine, and it's now a popular leisure spot for dogs and walkers.
Lovely Lakeland pub with dog friendly accommodation. Rooms very clean and dogs welcome in bar. Food - hearty and excellent. Walks to the fells or to Keswick from the inn.
One of the most dog-friendly towns we've seen, with dogs welcome in the inns and many of the shops too.
Large open area with ponds and a lake.
A basic but very friendly pub with good food and 2 resident dogs. Next to the harbour and the beach so great for walks.
This is what Scotland is 'supposed' to look like, absolutely stunning! Parts of Glen Affric get relatively crowded in summer, especially around Plodda Falls.