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The old railway line, now part of the Harland way. The walk is mostly in tree lined railway cuttings and is ideal for a sheltered walk in bad weather or for a shaded walk in summer.
This dog walk is on footpaths through flower-strewn meadows and farmland. It's a good doggiestop on your journey. On the A64, and close to the A1 Junction 45.
A fully rural circular walk here on Public Footpaths across fields, up and down dales, and highly enjoyable.
Dogs and heritage buffs will both love this 30-40 minute walk to the castle and back. Explanation boards along the way explain the background, including an interesting Polish connection.
There's a choice of two water walks in this sleepy village, both quiet and tranquil. There are a couple of small shops in the village for picnic supplies, and the Bell is dog-friendly in the bar.
This is a fabulous walking spot, with not just one good walk but several. No dog with any manners could possibly complain about a doggiestop here.
There isn't a castle but legend says that this was the site of Arthur's Camelot. Whether this is true or not it is the site of an iron age hill fort.
A choice of paths here, either along the canal or the river. There's more to see on the canal route, and the path is in good condition.
This is a fine all-weather walk on a hard surface path around the lake, with easy access for buggies and wheelchair users.
Dedicated dog walking area located at the far end of this services stop (eastbound M4). Large open field and woodland area, away from busy area of the services.
Dogs will love the scents to be found in this old wood, and the sense of otherworldness found under the dappled light of these ancient trees will delight the imaginative.
A great place for a dog walk, and the woods are also full of local history.