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Lovely walk along the sand bank to the black rocks - takes 60 to 90 minutes. But check the tide times.
Handy dog-friendly pub for dog walks in nearby White Horse country park, and longer treks across the Downs.
Dog-friendly shingle beach with loads of space for dogs to go nuts by the sea. There's sand when the tide is out. This isn't where Willian the Conq landed, this wasn't even land then!
People and dog-friendly pub, offering a wide range of home-cooked food (inc. lots of veggie options) and a lovely garden. Also live music especially in the summer.
Popular and busy village 'local' with paths and a village green for a dog to have a bounce and snuffle. The village is just off the Fosse Way (A429).
Small wood, full of ancient trees and great for dogs.
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.
Walk along the Old Deeside Railway line between Ballater and Dinnet.
A short, and easy to follow there-and-back Forest walk with views over the sea and the Conwy Valley. There are no stiles on this walk.
Local legends say that this valley was created by the Devil.
Starting at Martinshaw Woods Car Park , this walk takes you away from the motorway and towards open fields and woodland.
Country park with plenty of wildlife interest, lake and marshy swamps. Jem loved it here, and there are lots of people with dogs.