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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.
A choice of walks through woodland, fields and a river path, within a delightful country park.
This is a peaceful spot in the Clywedog Valley with plenty of woods and grass to run through, as well as a disused railway track to walk along.
A fine pub, created from a former water mill and you can still see the immense working water wheel powered by the River Avon.
Easy-going walk to the reservoir, and lots of fresh air to liven the dog up from the car. Afterwards, well-behaved dogs are welcome inside the pub, and the food is delicious.
This is a wonderful dog walking park, and the wildness of the park surprises too, given that it lies so close to Manchester and in the middle of a tangle of different motorways.
This is a walk where dogs can really let off steam and enjoy off-lead freedom as you are unlikely to encounter other walkers in this remote spot.
Right in the middle of a very cute village the dog-friendly Bell Inn is a great place for a dog walk followed by a pint and some good pub food.
Junction 16 Gace
Very relaxed and friendly little town, dominated by the ruins of an abbey. If you're in a campervan, there's a really nice camping set up by the lake.
A forest walk with the dog in what was once the massive Forest of Essex. Medieval kings and aristos came here to hunt deer and hang out under the trees even on a school day.
Fairly close to the A134 and yet in deepest countryside. Very relaxing and with a holiday feel.
A gentle dog walk over quiet crop fields with the oddly soothing hum of the motorway in the distance. The pub is dog-friendly and has a spacious garden.