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Really dog-friendly hotel on the north coast of Northern Ireland. The beach is a mile away and well worth going to as your dog will make lots of new friends very quickly here.
Pub with an astonishingly long history of looking after visitors - since 1295? If that's true it's really amazing! Dogs welcome in the bar, and there's good walking in the area.
Top class dog walk and a lovely old thatched pub to sit outside and enjoy the countryside and bracing air.
Very pleasant local woodland walk, with some really loud woodpeckers to keep you company. No facilities, and not worth a detour from the motorway, but handy if you are already nearby.
Booking is essential for our dog walking field situated in the Lincolnshire countryside on the A15 between Lincoln & Sleaford.
You just can't beat a Beacon for dog walk with big views and a healthy dose of fresh air. This section of the South Downs Way is an absolute corker.
A romantic ruin, in the middle of nowhere. Dogs and kids can run riot, it's a fairly short walk from the car park to the castle and then you can explore the ruins and wander around as you please.
One of the newer parks in the area, and a gentle space that's ideal for a stroll and some fresh air. It's a good family stop with picnic tables and an easy access route.
A good and handy doggie pitstop on the A420, with plenty of parking. It's a shame that this country inn seems to have been shunted to one side by the main road.
Such a lovely place for dogs. They even have their own special dining room! They have a very nice menu for vegan people too.
An ancient common that's owned and run by its own Preservation Society, who are doing a heroic job to conserve the native heathland and at the same time making the Common a lovely place to walk the...
Lovely circular walk above Fishguard Bay