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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.
Gore Glen is a fantastic dog walk in Midlothian, and a very useful stopping place off the A7.
Lovely quiet beach. Runs from the blue bridge in Rhyl all the way up to Colwyn Bay. A mixture of sand, pebbles and shingle.
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.
Robin Hood might lift an eyebrow or two at this largely coniferous plantation being called 'Sherwood Forest' - but the dog certainly won't mind.
Byland Abbey is the focal point of this walk - a dignified ruin of one of the largest Cistercian monastery complexes in Yorkshire.
A gentle stroll along the Southwell Trail, with a chance to spot otters and voles along the way.
Chateau de Salses
Wow - this is a complete treat, and you don't even need to leave the motorway to get there! ...
A former colliery site which has been transformed into an attractive woodland and dog walk. There's a fine network of paths with great views from the top of the hill.
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.
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.
Grassington has long been the honeypot for tourism in this part of the Yorkshire Dales, and dog-friendly pubs, shops and tea-rooms abound. Best visited out of season!