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A quiet waterside walk that really is in the middle of nowhere. Happily there are signs to get you to the car park, and the GPS helps too. This is ideal for solitary dogs to enjoy a walk.
Fascinating gardens for dogs and people to enjoy. The coffee shop near the entrance is a good place to spend a bit of time.
A very dog welcoming beach.
A lovely expanse of heathland which is great for dogs. This is part of the large network of nature reserves Suffolk and dogs should be on leads during bird nesting times, roughly March to August.
Large farm shop with cafe, foodie delights and a nice "dog jog" walking field
Super views over the Tay estuary. While on most of the reserve dogs should be kept on the lead, there is a field reserved for letting dogs run.
This is a really old place indeed, and was originally a resting place for monks from the nearby Jervaulx Abbey.
Famous for the large black dog that transformed into Count Dracula, this spooky ruin will get your visit off to a bitingly good start.
The trail around the waterfalls has been popular since the 19th century - and it's an exhilarating experience.
A small country park created from the site of a former brickworks. Now it's a pleasant easy-access dog walk around a lake.
A large sandy beach for maximum doggy pleasure and one of the most dog-friendly hotels we have ever visited. A splendid spot to spend a bit of quality time with Fido.
This dog-friendly beach is in a lovely bay and a great place to run off some excess doggy energy.