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Length of walk: 40 minutes for the Purple trail.
This ancient forest is managed by the National Trust, and is famous for its butterflies in July and August.
What country pubs are all about - a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, good food to suit what you feel like eating, and topped off with a great dog walk from the door.
An outstandingly attractive village, nestled in the Hambleden Valley and a total delight to discover with the dog. In the land of pretty villages, this is one of the very best.
Ruined castle, woodland, river for dog-swimming - this walk has it all. Absolutely brilliant place to stop for a dog walk. You'll pass shops for picnic provisions on the way to the castle.
The dog walk starts in a pretty Yorkshire village, and follows part of the Knaresborough Round footpath route. Dogs are welcome outside the cheery village pub, and good quality food is available.
Ideal dog walking here, and well placed for a big walk if you're getting on or off the Holyhead ferry, shopping in the town, or just want a great few hours walking with a fab sea view.
Less than 4 miles from the motorway, and this part of the Rhymney Valley feels like a different planet.
If your hound has misted up after hearing the Beddgelert story down in the village, this will restore his spirits. There's 700 hectares of forest here for every dog to have his day.
Small Cornish harbour town, with a working harbour, pubs, and beaches that allow dogs all year.
Dogs are welcome here - it's a massive, long sandy beach.
West Wittering is privately owned, and famous for its row of lovely beach huts.
There are some restrictions for dogs in summer.
Sand and shingle beach. Dogs allowed all year round.