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The leafy glades of the Forest of Tournehem give welcome shade to walkers in summer and form a very effective natural umbrella on wet days.
Junction 37 Narbonne
The walk here is perfectly placed to give everyone (and the dog) a leg-stretch on a purpose made leisure path.
The site of this village is perhaps one of the most poignant reminders of the way this region was practically laid waste during WW1.
A friendly and cosy, rustic pub, with a great atmosphere and lovely location. Dogs, horse riders (there is a hitching post for your horse), cyclists and walkers are assured of a warm welcome.
Ideal spot for a leisurely picnic on the lough shore - and the dog will be delighted with a woodland walk and then a chance for some swimming.
Nicely marked easy to follow short trails here. Useful as a walkies stop between Rosslare and Waterford - or just for a walk anyway.
A popular pub overlooking the River Thames. The terrace is lovely, and the dog tables are nicely placed.
The mansion in the park was where Charles Parnell was born, there's no museum or anything here now though (the building is used as offices).
The ruined castle at is perfectly placed if you want to combine a visit there with shopping in the town without a huge amount of organisation.
Perfect dog walking, combined with some interesting bits of local history and easy to follow trails.
Peaceful woodland with easy forest tracks to walk on. And if you've an interest in history there's some seriously old stuff to try and find while you're here.
This is the pub immortalised in 'Three Men in a Boat', and every well-read dog will want to pay respects to one of the famous fox terrier Montmorency's haunts. It's a great pub and well worth a visit.