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Great combo of dog walk and visit to a ruined castle with its own beach on the Firth of Lorn and an ancient chapel too. The castle is one of the oldest in Scotland and has loads of history to tell.
The prosperous little town of Linlithgow bustles purposefully, with fair trade shops and a wide choice of cafes and restaurants. Definitely worth a detour if you're passing through the area.
Another dog friendly beach* on the Cote de Nacre. This is one of the Normandy beaches and this is where the Canadians established a bridgehead in World War II.
Interesting combination of a fantastically long sandy beach, the coast path and also a nature reserve where reed beds have been made from earlier gravel pits.
An ideal no-fuss stopping point and short walk from a parking pull-in high on the moors. Down below is the honeypot village of Goathland, but up here it's all fresh air.
A pretty country pub with the village shop in the same building, and a warm welcome to locals and visitors. Walkers are welcome too and this is a popular stopping point on the Viking Way.
Award-winning dining pub with a relaxed atmosphere and estuary views.
Junction 38 St Inglevert
As well as clear and easy walking paths for an excellent walk with the dog, this forest is famous for 'Blanchard's Column'.
Junction 24 Thouarc
This is a gorgeously medieval and dog-friendly village and officially called an 'artists village'. The buildings are really interesting to browse around, and the tourist office is extremely helpful.
The medieval timbered Old Town of Troyes is well worth stopping to explore - and many UK drivers choose to stop here overnight in one of the several dog-friendly hotels Finding a park for the dog is...
A grand house and garden that was once owned by a well-known socialist. Today it's run by the National Trust and dogs aren't allowed in the house, but dogs can enjoy the on-lead walks in the grounds.
An oasis of calm just a few meters off the hectic A158. It's perfect for a relaxing stroll and a nice cup of National Trust tea and cake.