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Big open space with the traces of an Iron Age fort and, apparently, the ghost of a British chieftain called Cassivellaunus who fought against the invading romans in 54AD.
Aberaeron has become a bit of a foodie haven, with dogs banned from the smart gastro dineries.
Lovely place for a dog walk, with well tended paths and signed trails. There are dog rules, and areas where dogs must be on lead.
An invigorating stroll with lots of water and views. Dogs need to be on lead between the start of March to the end of July each year to avoid disturbing ground-nesting birds.
Popular linear dog walk with astonishing views and an easy to follow route. Definitely one to liven up the most jaded motorist and doggie passenger.
Set on a rocky crag, this is a spectacular dog walk with outstanding views. Make sure you have your English Heritage card with you to avoid the parking charge.
Doggie delight of a walk and historic site quite close to Presteigne, and most dogs will be safe off-lead as there's no sheep around to spoil things.
Woodland walks on established trails and perfect for dogs.
Over 2000 acres of exploring to be enjoyed just off the A3. A jewel of a dog walk in the South Downs with all the facilities anyone could want.
First of all this is a fabulous walk with the dog. And it's also worth a moment of wonder that so many generations have made this landscape so special over the last 2000 years or so.
A dog walk near the A54 and accessible for all. It's a disused railway line with a friendly cafe at the start and lots of free parking.
For a doggie pitstop on the A39, this forestry commission plantation can be heaven sent for dogs. And it's a pretty good stress-buster for people too - provided there's space to park.