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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.
No stiles, no hills and no map needed for this dog walk on a reclaimed railway line, once part of the North Staffs branch line. It's a varied and scenic route, and lovely on a quiet day.
Basic country pub with food and a log fire
Popular park for local dog walkers, with plenty of space to tire out small-medium sized dogs. More energetic hounds will need chukkers and frizbees to burn the calories though.
Scenic spot for a picnic and dog walk through the forest, and on the shore of Loch Kyle.
Traditional 17th century inn, with some good and tasty rustic menu choices. Dip your toes in the stream in summer or snuggle up to the woodburner in winter. What smells nicer than a steaming dog?!
Walk via Roman Antonine Wall to Banknock and back on the canal towpath
Mostly flat walk alongside the Fleet lagoon from Weymouth to Abbotsbury. Several access points from roads along the way. Ferry bridge to Abbotsburry, 10.5 miles. Not good after wet spell.
A basic but very friendly pub with good food and 2 resident dogs. Next to the harbour and the beach so great for walks.
Large park that was opened as a public space in 1892. Apart from its charm as a really good place to walk the dog, it's full of community life and hosts its own dog shows in the summer.
A huge expanse of white sand in a glorious setting. Sheep sometimes graze the land behind the beach, so you'll need to be considerate if your dog is likely to worry livestock.
Home to the totally amazing Millennium Stone, hoisted by a thousand people with ropes and pulleys as part of the millennium celebrations, this is a fabulous country park with lakeside beaches and big...