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Hill walk through forests and valleys. Off lead dog walk for most of the way. Some sheep and lead sections.
Excellent although pebble beach, goes on for miles, dogs are more than welcome all year, my 2 loved it for their first seaside experience.
The Eagle's a traditional local, serving lunch every day and where dogs and families are welcome. Featured in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide.
This is a very tranquil place where dogs can enjoy a walk around the lakes, meadows and woods in the grounds of a former palace. There's also a walled garden to admire.
Nice old English Pub. Pool, darts great range of ales and ciders
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.
Dog friendly beach in a lively village.
Ireland dog walking places
Forest walk and close to Rathmelton, an interesting centre of the early linen trade in Ireland. The area was famous for the quality of its flax, used to make linen.
Cudworth Common has been reclaimed from former colliery workings, to become a local dog walkers' favourite. There's a small lake, and paths through the rapidly growing woodland.
Camra pub of the year this past year. FRIENDLY bar staff, popular with locals and visitors alike.
If you enjoy your real ale, don't miss this one! No food and not open lunchtimes in the week.
As well as a top class picnic stop, there's access to either the water or a forest for walks. Great for dogs.
Massive sandy beach at low tide, and no dog restrictions! The beach is also popular with sand buggies and horse riders. And there are plenty of local shops, cafes and a hotel behind the beach.