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One of the prettiest fishing villages in France, with houses and walls festooned with traditional fishing nets. An explore of the narrow pedestrian lanes in the old town is a delight.
A remote forest walk that's ideal for less sociable dogs (and people!) on clear forestry tracks.
A fantastically remote and wild space for wildlife, and dog walkers. Definitely worth bringing binoculars and an app to identify the plants and insect life here.
An easy and well-signed route up to a Peel Tower, and down again. A dog-friendly pub is nearby for refreshments, and in a most handsome building.
Part of a huge country park with several car parks and activities.
A popular dog-friendly cafe and walks, and it's easy to find from the A56.
The pup had a fabulous walk in the oak and broadleaf woodland here, we both loved it.
Excellent dog walking woodland, and every car in the car park had an enthusiastic dog on board. The pup loved it here and happily dived from woodland to river and around again.
A perfect walk for sociable dogs, with soft lush grass, doggie beaches by the river and swimming. Always check the river levels before letting your dog in the water.
Fully accessible cafe and small park in the centre of a small village with strong links to the Pendle witches. Longer walks also possible, and there are two dog-friendly pubs as well.
Outstanding traditional country hotel with quite formal service and a wonderfully warm welcome. Dog-friendly accommodation here too. Very much a place for delightful weekends away, and celebrations.
It's easy to spot this very distinctive building from the road. Inside you'll find a very dog-friendly establishment with dog-friendly B&B rooms too.