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Terrific farm shop with a dog-friendly tea room and cafe. And it's really easy to get to from the A1, A47 and the A15 / Peterborough ring road too.
A popular family and dog day out, and there's plenty to enjoy in this good-humoured and fun country park.
Nothing really prepares you for the sheer size and age of the trees on the dog walk here. It's a very special atmosphere and definitely one to savour.
A newly created car park with picnic tables and a choice of several good dog walks. As with all the car parks in the Trossachs you need to be early or lucky to get a parking space.
Go for a walk on the Common and then return to this warm and friendly inn for extremely good bar snacks and let your dog join some really well-behaved local pooches.
The beach is close to the ferry arrival from Skye, and also a really good place to spot seals. We took the dogs for a romp here and then went on to the nearby Glenelg Inn for lunch.
A pull-in off the A87 will lead you to a dog walk towards waterfalls and, apparently, the site of the Battle of Glenshiel from 1719.
The Knapdale forest is huge and this is the dog walk that dogs would choose for sure. You'll find far fewer people and a much wilder environment than the other car parks here.
Just at the point where the road splits for Fort William and the road along the Great Glen to Fort Augustus there's a quiet woodland walk for dogs and drivers.
Set aside a good couple of hours to enjoy the fabulous woodland dog walks and atmosphere of this wonderful castle. You may also find yourself revising your ideas about the Macbeth story.
Dog-friendly beach and a massive playground for children.
A tourist attraction for centuries and it's easy to see why. The gorge is astonishing and worth a visit.