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Small town with plenty of charm. The Abbaye des Vaux de Cernay is a medieval abbey complex open to the public, and with restaurant.
A quiet and tranquil space for dogs to romp and bound off-lead from the many paths which lead off the main Forestry Commission track.
Outstanding riverside stroll on a clear path through this secluded nature reserve.
A really lovely spot for a picnic, and a gently flowing river to delight the hearts of labs and spaniels.
Wow - crisp air, big views and dogs' delight.
Dog-friendly 17th century coaching inn in the heart of the stunning Yorkshire Dales National Park, near the spectacular Aysgarth falls and dog walks.
A pub (and hotel) that's been refreshing travellers since the 17th century. Relaxed and welcoming atmosphere for people and dogs.
Good fun stopping place between Selkirk and Moffat, especially after heavy rain when the waterfall is in full spate.
It's worth the clamber to the top for big views on a clear day.
Tiny village pub, wall to wall dogs, humour and tasty food.
Join the 124 mile Anglesey coastal path for a while - a definite cobweb remover! The best walking is in the direction of the lighthouse where there's a short circular route.
Often overshadowed by its more well-known neighbour, Ilkley, the town of Otley is worth a visit and is handily placed for Leeds pooches getting out of town.
If you're looking for sheepfree walks in Wales, then the Forestry Commission can usually be relied on to provide one.
Perfect for dogs. Perfect for people too.
The sweetly named 'Daffodil Way' is a gentle dog walk through meadows and then fields.