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Acres of woodland, with a choice of four marked trails. Just the job for dogs who've got bored of sandy paws. On hot days these shaded paths are just what a dog needs.
There is just one path here, which runs along the side of the Labrador-ideal river, so the route is there-and-back. The path itself is exceptionally well maintained, and stays firm in wet weather.
This is a fabulous doggie beach with a lovely cafe and a relaxed and friendly feel to it.
This dog walk near the M20 Junction 13 is a good one for dogs and people.
Dog walk with plenty of fresh air, especially if you go up to the Beacon and trig point at the top.
A gloriously sheep and stile-free walk in an ancient forest that's now part of the Pembrokeshire national park.
This park is a great place for walking. It is centred around a large lake with peat bogs and there are plenty of woods and heathland to explore.
A relaxing stroll along the Oxford Canal through the Cherwell Valley, starting from a delightful Oxfordshire village - famous for the Fairport Convention festival.
Handily placed for a doggiestop just west of Andover, you'll find a good off-lead dog walk here and dog-friendly accommodation too.
Good stop for families with a dog. More of a saunter than a dog walk, but if you have young kids on board this could be a lifeline to sanity.
Unbelievable little town, very close to the A64 and it's like a time warp back to the 1950s (or thereabouts). The dog-friendly hotel is a massive building with a big car park, and next to the river.
A short rural dog walk over fields to the river, with refreshments at a welcoming and dog-friendly 17th century coaching inn.