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This overgrown ancient quarry gives a good compact wooded walk with the benefit of a wheelchair accessible path to access most parts.
Part of the Loch Ryan Coastal path. Park car down small lane off A77 and head north towards Cairnryan. Trail follows stoney beach following the path of the old railway line and wagon yard.
A fabulous bound with the hound on moorland with loads of space and massive views across to Wales, and down to Porlock Bay.
Well-hidden rural pub that made Jem happy from the start with a barrell of dog water at the entrance.
Lovely old pub, dog-friendly of course, and within a shout of the coast path. Lots to do and see and plenty of paths to explore if you're staying in the area.
If you're keen on rural pursuits this 16th century inn is a gem. Popular for fishing.
One of the youngest country parks this is a favourite with local dog walkers, Apedale was once an opencast mine and has now been returned to nature.
A rather comfortable country inn within a 15 minute walk of the coast path, and several National Trust attractions too.
Good for family outings as well as walking the dog, there's plenty to do and see at this man-made lake and dam.
A smugglers' hideaway, and dogs are allowed all year round.
Known locally as The Cults this former World War 2 airfield is a perfect hardcore area to walk dogs. Access is off the A75 on the road to New Luce.
A pub being brought back to life by new owners. Dog-friendly in the bar and some good fresh and tasty food going on.