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Here you'll find an accessible dog walk with no stiles or livestock and a country pub with a menu to savour or sandwiches for a quick bite.
A wide, long sandy beach which is ideal for dogs to let off steam. There is a dog-friendly bar a short walk away.
A really popular dog walk along the River Lagan. This is a great place for walkies and you would never know that Belfast is nearby.
Welcoming dog-friendly riverside inn with boat trips, cottage rooms and a wonderful waterside terrace that's perfect on a sunny day.
If you're a member of the National Trust, this large estate can be a useful stop to let the dog out for an on-lead saunter.
A 1km circular accessible walk
Tucked away in a quiet part of Shropshire is the graceful red sandstone ruined castle, and dogs are welcome to visit with you.
Very much in the middle of nowhere, and yet you may have to detour via the old road over Dartmoor to avoid holiday traffic on the A30.
Excellent walkies spot for all the family, and fully accessible too. We were here on a baking hot day and really enjoyed the friendly atmosphere and happy feel to the place.
A little taste of luxury for you and your dog near Enniskillen. This is a really dog-friendly hotel and there are plenty of ways to exercise your hound nearby.
A really dog-friendly pub close to the lovely Agivey River. A treat for both canines and humans.
Once upon a time this little town was a bustling stopping place for travellers between Wales and England. Today most people just drive on past.