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Country park with visitor centre, deer park and forest walks
Beautiful long sandy dog-friendly beach. Regularly lots of surfers and kites but generally only in the first couple of hundred metres. Keep walking out to Ther Rock and enjoy the amazing scenery.
Beautiful dog walk around Lough Lannagh in Castlebar. Not particularly long but close to the centre.
Another of the Opal Coast's massive and dog-friendly sandy beaches.
Miles of long sandy beach for our four legged friends to run free. Dogs NOT allowed on beach between May - October.
Bridle paths and long forest walks are possible in the hundred acres of woodland here. Small routes through the park and forest have disabled/pushchair access.
Long, thin park that follows the river along its valley. It's not small - there's about 120 acres here. Lots of local dogwalkers are here, and Benji had a great time making new friends.
One of the most dog-friendly towns we've seen, with dogs welcome in the inns and many of the shops too.
Originally a waterside farmhouse near Burton upon Trent, this is now a warm and welcoming dog-friendly country inn and hotel, on the banks of the river Trent. Very handy for a break from your journey.
This is a lovely forest walk about 1 1/2 miles long through varied terrain with magnificent views in parts.
A waymarked route through parts of the historic Malone House estate in the Lagan Valley Regional Park, through meadows and woodland on surfaced and unsurfaced paths with some steep hills.
Black and white timbered slice of history, right opposite the Abbey and lovely for a tea/coffee as well as meals. Dogs welcome in the bar and there's also dog-friendly accommodation.