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A lovely secluded cove, where smugglers used to bring their contraband ashore by night. The village is very quaint - thatched cottages and postcard-ideal scenes galore.
A large country park just outside Derby City, with over 200 acres of open space and a lake. The Hall that these grounds once surrounded is long gone, but the feeling of gentle parkland remains.
This walk has a bit of everything
If you're staying in Valence, this 26 hectare park is definitely worth a visit.
This is a lovely 5 mile / 2 hour walk - ideal for a visit to Broadway as there's plenty to do and see after your walk too. The walk has around 9 stiles, mostly quite easy for dogs to manage.
A dog walk at the southern end of Ayr beachfront giving access to Greenan shore. Great views over to Arran and Ailsa Craig.
Long, clean private beach with plenty of parking and visitor facilities. Dog-friendly all year round.
A lovely spot on the coast with an outstanding beachside cafe (dogs outside only, and water bowls are provided).
Small cove with unrestricted access for dogs all year round.
Junction 19 Glanconwy Corner
Colwyn Bay has two areas where dogs are allowed - these are clearly marked on the beach. Dogs have to be on leads whilst approaching the beach on the promenade.
You start with an unrivalled view of 16 counties, the dog can go nuts on the many paths, and then there's the very lovely Morris and Brown cafe to come back to. Perfect!
Big sandy beach (tides permitting) that nestles in the lee of the A55 expressway. The section of the beach nearest to the shops and station is off limits to dogs.