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A perfect amble around historical landmarks. Hurlers three stone circles are set in a wide expanse of open moor. Together with Stowes Hill and Long Tom, this makes a decent dog walk on the flat.
Lovely, dog friendly cafe, dogs allowed inside on dog friendly beach at Fraisthorpe near Bridlington. Good coffee, cakes and meals also dog snacks and water available
Splendidly situated dog-friendly hotel close to a dog-friendly beach. Thanks to Driving with Dogs member Rachel Stretch for this recommendation.
Popular dog walking spot between Huddersfield and Dewsbury. A bit of a clamber up to the top, but worth it.
A river walk from the private village Bucklers Hard, famous for its ship building in times gone by, and the picturesque Beaulieu village. Dogs will love the swimming option on this riverside walk.
Dogs delight of a woodland with marked trails and other paths for making up a route as you go along. In summer the ground is carpetted with wild garlic and you can really smell it!
Just a walk here, and you'll find plenty of space for dogs to let off steam.
Two miles of glorious sandy beach and dunes to explore
A leisurely stroll beside a river along a flat path. There is some street walking but as Lostwithiel is a lovely village, this is not a hardship.
An easy part of the New Forest near the A31 that's a perfect dog walk on your journey. A free car park with WCs and signed trails make this an ideal doggiestop for visitors to the area.
A stunning walk along the banks of the river Fowey as well as in woodland. Good for walking dogs and children, although not suitable for a pram.
A safe space for a dog walk and cup of tea, close to the A13. Good for family days out with the dog too. Don't miss the iron age roundhouse.