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Atmospheric and ancient place, where kids and dogs have the most brilliant time. Lots of woodland and paths, and helpful boards to explain the history.
A great place to stop and take a break from the A39 if your passengers like a dog-friendly beach, a grassy walk, a dog-friendly pub and a shop as well if you just want a snack. What more do you need?
17th century pub, steeped in history and perfectly placed for either the beach or a strenuous uphill yomp. The location is wonderful, and fabulous at any time of the year.
Junction 38 St Inglevert
Dogs allowed on the beach, France
Another massive beach on the Opal Coast, with no dog restrictions.
Look out for the tumbling WW2 bunker here, and the amazing rock pools that surround it.
No restrictions for dogs on this big, long beach.
A great place to walk, especially when the serried firs give way to open moorland.
There's a mix of woodland and heath here, and totally amazing views over to Wales. If you get the right weather this is one to have a proper 'stand and stare' moment.
The pub here is a 16th Century building with beams, open fires and a touch of old England.
A village inn, with a big welcome. Friendly atmosphere, log fires, BBQ in summer, a big field for kids/dogs to charge around on.
Large park area with woodland and river. Just need to be aware of the Swans on one part of the river but you can walk your dog(s) in a circular route all off lead. Watch for picnicer's in summer.
Covering nearly 300 acres, Langold Country Park is a popular dog walking site for local residents, and has a good mix of manicured lawns, rougher dog romping space and a lake.
A dog walk with a very impressive view. On a clear day you can see as far as Long Mynd and the Wrekin, the Peak District to the north, and even the Beacon Hill in Loughborough to the east.