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Among the many dog walk options in this former ducal parkland is a well signed River Trail which starts at the main Hall. This is wheelchair and buggy friendly, and runs through woodlands.
Dumpton Gap is open for dogs all year round, with no restrictions.
You would never know that this forest land had been created over the remains of a disused railway line and coal mine, and it's now a popular leisure spot for dogs and walkers.
Set in the foothills of the Brecon Beacons, this park is centred around a large lake and has plenty of grassland and woodland to wander around.
This locals' pub has bags of character, and is clearly the social centre of the village. 'Authentic' some would say!
Simply stunning views of Loch Awe - the longest of the Scottish lakes, and endless dog walking possibilities.
A lovely, popular attraction in the heart of North Lincolnshire. The grounds of this stately house are open all year round from 0900 until dusk.
There's 250 acres of dog walking in a country park that's still finding its feet. The charm lies in the bits and pieces of history still visible in the park - although they are not over-obvious.
530 acres of attractive woodland, grassland and heathland with a lake in the middle.
Purpose built park, very well laid out, ideal for all types of walkers across rolling fields and woodland areas.
These woodlands have been created over the site of a colliery - but today it's hard to find traces of the industrial past.
This is a small but beautiful riverside park and has the remains of a Norman motte and bailey castle, although there's not much left to see. Plenty of dog walks here and it's an ideal place to relax.