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This is a particularly useful stop for campervans, as there's a large field for campervans and campers right next to a lake (summer only).
The splendid Château Royal de Durtal completely dominates the Loir river and dates back to the 11th century when it was the stronghold of Fulk the Black.
This old fortified town has oodles of charm, and there's plenty to look at - even without a visit to the two remaining wings of the château where dogs aren't allowed (entry charges apply).
Junction 20 Villefranche de L
Lakeside walk, with a restaurant serving traditional French lunches. Get there for 1200 and you'll be in for a gastronomic treat.
This walk is also handy for the A66 Exit 1.
Junction 48 Allassac
A little visited village, well off the tourist coach routes and with plenty to interest visitors.
The village dates back well over a thousand years.
Several walks to choose from here - all good for dogs - and a really interesting place to visit as well.
A National Trust woodland with several short trails. It's a quiet and undisturbed place, and great for dogs.
Doggylicious trail in a big loop starting from Clonaslee. Pick a sunny day and this is fantastic.
Dog-tastic walk right on the boundary of Limerick and Tipperary. Just gorgeous! There's no castle there now, but the land used to be part of the grounds.
Very large forest in what was once the Powerscourt Estate. Now it's managed by Coillte and everyone can enjoy the walks and views here.
Lots of tradition connected with the Marian Cross on this walk, and it's said to be a very popular walk during the Christmas season - maybe a bit of Santa spotting from the top?
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.