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Even though this is very much an on-lead experience for dogs, the curators of this extraordinary Elizabethan Hall have made every possible arrangement for canine comfort. Marvellous tea room!
Nicely refurbished village pub. Dog friendly in the bar area, and it's smart and comfortable. Good outdoor seating area as well. Worth making a detour for.
An easy-going walk with the dog through an outstanding 18th century park. This is treating the dog to high-end garden design on a grand scale.
Phoenix Park is a popular local dog walk, over what used to be the Hickleton Colliery. There are now sculptures and installations as a reminder of its history and a network of paths around the park.
Gorgeously unkempt commonland, keep an ear out for the dulcet tones of nightingales at dusk. Dogs just love it here.
A choice of dog walks here, one with full wheelchair access along the Viking Way.
A wonderful place to visit at any time of year, and perfect for dog-walkers. This is a lovely expanse of greenery with loads of meadows, lakes and trees to sniff around.
Dogs' delight in winter, less so in summer! Walking through ancient broadleaf trees on clear paths, really easy to follow and with scents that dogs just adore.
Bramblebush Bay has some nice grassy picnic areas, and free parking along the roadside. Finding a parking space can be exciting on hot weekend days.
5km each way walk along canal towpath and return by same route, passing Falkirk Wheel Boat Lift
A pebble beach, and dogs are allowed all year round in special dog-exercise area.
When walking on a Beacon it's clear that the walking won't be flat, and that good views are guaranteed.