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A visit here is a bit like stumbling onto the filmset of Robin Hood and finding Richard the Lionheart heading towards you. Just so fantastically old.
This is a Love2Stay site with 2 fully secure fenced off areas for 4 legged fun to break up a journey.
An easy-to-find park where dogs and kids can really let off steam. Just the ticket if you've all been cooped up in a car for ages.
Really close to the A4 and a pleasant spot for a dog walk and dog-friendly refreshments.
It's true that Driving with Dogs is all about walks on the go, and family and dog-friendly cafes and pubs for a civilised snack on your journey.
A lovely small cafe where dogs are welcome and the coffee is good. It's a pretty courtyard to sit in the sun and bask in the warmth. It's well placed for a break on the route from Edinburgh to Skye.
A popular dog-friendly pub with lots of walkers, joggers, dog-walkers and families using it as a base to start their activities. Dog-friendly B&B rooms.
A Forestry picnic and parking site on the shores of Loch Oich on the A82, southbound side coming from Fort William.
An accessible dog walk with a small car park and flat access to a multi-user path that was once a railway track. It's now part of the Speyside Way.
A nature reserve and popular dog walking spot not far from the M4 Jct36. The reserve is over a former colliery, where a gas explosion became a major disaster in 1892.
A dog-friendly beach with free parking. The beach is large and sandy but not over-popular presumably because of the power station.
A classic village pub with a genuine welcome to all, and their dogs of course.