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Five star views from this handy stopping point for a dog walk on the A483.
This is a fabulous doggie beach with a lovely cafe and a relaxed and friendly feel to it.
The sense of quiet is extraordinary here, and no amount of canine snuffling and splashing in the stream seems to disturb. A glorious walking spot.
Lots of room for dogs to go nuts in the woods, and easy paths to follow.
Dog walk with plenty of fresh air, especially if you go up to the Beacon and trig point at the top.
No restrictions for dogs at Row Cove, and there's also the option of walkies along the SW coastal path, or a potter in the woodland behind the beach.
Larger than it seems to be at first, this is one of Jem's favourites. There's woodland, a stream, a big play area for children - and lots of space.
Polperro is a pretty little town with a big carpark at the top. The carpark is 750m walk from the harbour. The walk takes you through the town which is not car friendly, but very dog friendly .
As well as a great place for a dog walk, this is a brilliant outing for kids of all ages with an interest in rocks and fossils.
An immensely welcoming and dog-friendly establishment, where you and the pooch will emerge refreshed, revictualled and rejoicing.
A gloriously sheep and stile-free walk in an ancient forest that's now part of the Pembrokeshire national park.
A park that's great for kids and dogs, with 60 acres of grass and easy-going woodland paths. Plus a couple of exciting playgrounds and a steam train called Margaret.