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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.
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).
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.
Just one access point to the massive Haute-Vallee de Chevreuse regional park.
Great for off lead dogs, picnics and some exhilarating forest air. Don't be surprised to see the occasional horse rider.
A National Trust run estate and nature reserve that's well worth a visit, although dogs have to be on leads in all parts of the 2,000 acre grounds.
Poigny-le-Foret has a resort-like atmosphere, and does attract Parisians in need of fresh air at weekends. We found the prices here higher than in the towns just a little more distant from the N10.
An atmospheric walk in the footsteps of the outlaw 'Wild Humphrey Kynaston' - sometimes, and rather oddly, called the 'Shropshire Robin Hood'.
Far away from the bustle of Great Yarmouth at its seaside-y best, dogs can relax and enjoy a lovely walk on the north end of this massive beach.
Junction 27 Neufchatel-Hardelot
Dogs allowed on the beach, France
Sainte Cecile is a popular summer resort with plenty going on in season.
France dog-friendly beach. Between Boulogne and Calais this shingle beach has no dog restrictions.
Visitors flock to Haworth for the Railway Children steam train, and the parsonage where the Bronte sisters lived.