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A beautifully landscaped park which is open all year, and there are plenty of woodlands for dogs to scamper around.
Nice bit of Holderness coastline, underpopulated, accessible from various points including "Mr Moo's" just south of Skipsea village.
The Capital Ring footpath goes through this 100 hectare country park. It's not over-manicured and is popular with dog owners.
Even though this is very much an on-lead experience for dogs, the curators of this extraordinary Elizabethan Hall have made every possible arrangement for canine comfort. Marvellous tea room!
Great combination here of sand, coastal vegetation and access to the enormous Newborough Forest as well - handy when it's raining.
A fine dog walk in the grounds of an 18th century house, long derelict but now undergoing a restoration programme.
Quiet woodland that's ideal for a dog walk. Can be muddy in wet weather, making it dogs' delight!
Calm, restful walking on forest trails by Loch Rannoch. Small beaches for canine cooling, and a choice of aimless wanderings or purposeful signed trails from the car park.
An unexpected treat for Portsmouth. The opportunity to romp on a common or enjoy a seaside walk. Brilliant
Gracious woodland walking for dogs.
Iconic symbol of Antrim's amazing coastline, the Giants Causeway is in the care of the National Trust.
Nice dog walking place, with an on-lead restriction. The Boleyn family home was on this site, and the ghost of Anne Boleyn is said to be wandering around with a suitably headless retinue.