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A basic but very friendly pub with good food and 2 resident dogs. Next to the harbour and the beach so great for walks.
Set on a hillside overlooking Oxford, this charming green space is a pleasant place to spend time with your hound. The views overlooking Oxford's "dreaming spires" are worth the visit alone.
This is a fascinating open space, as it is really several parks within a park.
Bagnoles de l'Orne is a sweet little lakeside spa town - with an almost seaside atmosphere. Ice-cream parlours seem to be extremely popular.
Interesting dog walk on a former railway line between New Mills and Hayfield. You can get lots more info about the railway in the Heritage Centre at New Mills.
Big sandy beach (tides permitting) that nestles in the lee of the A55 expressway. The section of the beach nearest to the shops and station is off limits to dogs.
Lovely tree-filled park - created in the late 19th century in the place where the old town fortifications used to stand. Dogs need to be on leads here.
Lots of space (200 acres) for a full length dog walk here.
There's also an art gallery - but not for dogs.
Extraordinary park that's almost like a time machine. You can see how humans have changed their landscapes from Norman and medieval times, through to Victorian designs and a rare turbine engine.
Malham is famous for walks to the Cove, Tarn and elsewhere and this short walk is suitable for wheelchairs, buggies and those who prefer to listen to the sounds of the brook and wind brushing through...
Very popular walkers' lake (and fishermen too), so avoid at weekends in the summer and enjoy on weekdays out of season.
On a good day, the atmos is unbeatable.
Easy to follow circular path around the Reservoir. Dogs adore this mix of woodland, tracks and good sniffs. On a warm day, it's worth taking a map and sandwiches and making a day of it here.