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Coastal path with stunning views to Mont St Michel on a clear day.
Loads of oxygen and the sounds of nature in this quiet national forest. It's easy walking, and good for all the family - not just the dog!
Busy seaside resort with loads of fish and chip shops, and everything you need for a traditional bucket 'n spade holiday - including lettered rock.
Avoid this one in peak tourist season, but definitely try for a stop here at quieter times of the year. The town has plenty of dog-friendly shops and a surprisingly large park just behind the centre.
A welcome spot for a doggie comfort break, with swimming and off-lead sniffing along woodland paths. On the hot day we were there the river was awash with dogs, children and loads of happy shrieking.
Gentle walking through a mix of wildlife habitats and an entrancing spot to sit quietly with the pooch and listen to the rich and varied sounds of nature.
Starting from an iconic tea house this is a fully accessible section of the Viking Way. So once you're trodden in the footsteps of the horned invaders, what could be better than a pot of tea and cake?
Outstandingly different dog walk by marshes rich with wildlife and history. Definitely worth a special trip to see this and for the coffee and cakes too.
Quiet and peaceful place for a mooch with the pooch. You're unlikely to see anyone else and this is a good option for dogs who enjoy their own space.
Traditional hospitality, rolling waves and incredible atmosphere.
Easy dog walking on an old railway line that is now a leisure path.
If you need a calm space to walk the dog, then the busy Wyre Forest down the road with gazillions of activities isn't going to cut it.