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A very handy dog walk to know about if you're staying on the east side of Loch Lomond. Jem loved this one, and so did we - even in the rain.
Popular with local dog-walkers, this castle and surrounding landscaped park and woodland seems to get missed off many a tourist guide to the area.
A remote piece of forest just to the East of Loch Lomond, where dogs can run free over miles and miles of trails.
Definitely worth leaving the autoroute to explore this tiny medieval village, with a couple of very appetising boulangerie / patisserie, a deer park and enticingly dozey atmosphere.
As a dog walking destination this isn't always perfect, but if you are trying to juggle the demands and interests of friends and family there is a lot here to occupy everyone happily, not least the...
Fabulously dog-friendly, and with a talented and classically trained Thai chef the Ebby is definitely one to check out.
Dog walk and dog-friendly pub in a pretty village on the Cuckmere river.
The village was once a centre for lead smelting, and the mill site here is worth a visit. It's just off the Leyburn road, and brown-signed from opposite the pub.
You can tell from the enormous car park that something's up in this village. The pub and village have indeed featured in films and TV series.
Well equipped beach with car park, WC and cafes nearby. Dogs allowed on the beach all year round.
Allow plenty of time for exciting walkies here. There are a number of well-signed dog walk routes, one with dog-swimming. Wheelchair users are well catered for, and facilities are excellent.
Lovely dog walking here. There is a well signed 'forest' walk within this large and award-winning community park.