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Friendly pub and quite handy for refreshments after a bracing stroll at Burton Dassett. Many locals would probably call their pub the heart of the village.
A glorious estate overlooking the Firth of Clyde, this is the home of the Clan MacMillan. With marvellous grounds, long established woods and a stream to explore, this is a paradise for dogs.
If your legs are in need of a good uphill stretch, this is the walk for you. The views from the top on a clear day make it all worthwhile, especially over the Lynn of Lorn to Mull.
Generously sized dog walk in an elegant deer park in the heart of the city.
Enjoy one of the best views in the county from the start of this walk, part of the Millstone Nature Trail.
Dog-friendly inn on the Isle of Skye - said to be the oldest establishment on the island.
A relaxing stop in a small French town that lies well off the usual tourist routes, and a walk in the grounds of an ancient chateau with links to modern Montreal.
A beach that's famous for its big round pebbles, and World Heritage status.
Walk via Roman Antonine Wall to Banknock and back on the canal towpath
Spectacular scenery plus sheltered woods if windy.
This is our local woods, which we visit on a regular basis. This woods is commonly used by dog owners so expect to encounter other people on your journey.
One of the better southbound motorway services for dogs, with a reasonable amount of grass and also a small lake. A useful stop for caravans needing easy parking.