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Lovely sandy blue-flag beach where dogs are allowed all year. They do have to be on leads.
A romantic ruin, in the middle of nowhere. Dogs and kids can run riot, it's a fairly short walk from the car park to the castle and then you can explore the ruins and wander around as you please.
An ancient common that's owned and run by its own Preservation Society, who are doing a heroic job to conserve the native heathland and at the same time making the Common a lovely place to walk the...
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.
Recommended by Carole and Jack who say 'A friend organises an annual dog walkers' Christmas brunch here and on our lunchtime visit, wet and bedraggled, we all received a warm welcome.
Easy access dog walk around a lake on a hard-surface path. Plenty of park benches and picnic tables.
Fun walk across the iconic bridge and into woodland. Unlike most walks in the area this one is completely hill-free!
Easy walk around two ponds on reasonably good paths. Wheelchair accessible and bird hides for spotting the varied bird life.
This is a relatively new woodland and lake, and whilst the trees are not yet fully grown, there's plenty of them, and they're pretty tall.
Dogs are allowed throughout the pub and dining areas, with huge dog biscuits handed out on arrival. In the warmer months there are several outdoor areas to enjoy, with plenty of water bowls available.
Lovely walk along the sand bank to the black rocks - takes 60 to 90 minutes. But check the tide times.
Big sandy beach, dogs allowed on one side.