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Good place to walk the dog if you're heading north from Coventry. This is probably the last off-lead dogwalk opportunity before the M69/M1.
The focus here is on good value and filling food, and it's family and dog-friendly. The carvery has a loyal local following and it's easy to see why.
A walk by the side of a lake is just the job for a hot day, and the sight of brightly coloured sails on the water sets the scene for relaxation perfectly.
Ancient semi-natural woodland believed to be more than 400 years old. With many ancient trees, the wood has remained relatively unchanged for centuries and is home to a wide variety of wildlife.
A glorious expanse of woods, heaths and grass perched on a dramatic clifftop. On a clear day you can see all the way to France.
Large village pub, with an awesome selection of ales.
Comments by Rosebarry, November 2011: "Proper pub with friendly locals and decent food. Not posh but comfortable and real.
Choose from a number of dog walks here, either across the meadows leading down to a lake, or in the rolling parkland with ice cream, loos and snacks available at the start.
Outstanding walks in a fabulous mid-Wales setting. The dam is the obvious attraction and you'll find a number of well-signed trails from the car park.
Lovely quiet beach. Runs from the blue bridge in Rhyl all the way up to Colwyn Bay. A mixture of sand, pebbles and shingle.
Top class dog walking, and you're very likely to have a forest to yourself. It's a good walk on very wet days as the trees give some protection.
Visit the village where Thomas Crapper (populiser of the flush WC) was born, and enjoy a dog walk along the banks of the Don. It's very atmospheric and interesting.
Brilliant place for a wander with the dog, and nature spotters will find a surprising variety of wildlife to get excited about.