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Easy going trail through woodland that was once part of the Castledurrow Estate. The 'castle' is now a stylish venue for weddings etc.
A small town with a choice of two excellent walking routes along the canal, and a number of small shops and cafes nearby for snacks and refreshment.
Junction 9 Azay-le-Rideau (Druye)
Unpretentious little town on the river L'Indre, with pedestrianised narrow streets and a choice of small dog-friendly restaurants and brasseries for a meal or snack.
A lovely place to walk with the dog and, although Moore Hall House is no more (it was burned down in the early 1900s) the story behind it is interesting.
Junction 52 Noailles
For a taste of 'real' France, this sleepy little town is well worth discovering - and the lakeside walk is great for dogs.
Barnaslingan Wood is one of the most popular 'scenic' spots of the area.
Really lovely spot for a dog walk, and apparently the place where the poet Yeats found the muse for the poem The Fiddler of Dooney.
Junction 20 Villefranche de L
Lakeside walk, with a restaurant serving traditional French lunches. Get there for 1200 and you'll be in for a gastronomic treat. This walk is also handy for the A66 Exit 1.
Junction 22 Bram
A almost timeless walk along the canal. Calm, tranquil and as relaxing as you could wish.
Unbelievably scenic walk routes, with waterfalls and forest paths - it's pure delight.
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.