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A very attractive valley with a riverside path winding through trees. There is a no-hills route, and it's a lovely spot for a dog walk on summer days.
Originally a waterside farmhouse near Burton upon Trent, this is now a warm and welcoming dog-friendly country inn and hotel, on the banks of the river Trent.
Short walk from Westport Quays, but gives a fabulous view of Croagh Patrick and can be combined with walk around Wesport House grounds and woods.
A bit unusual this one. A dog-friendly beach at the end of an airport runway? Yes indeed, but it's not as busy as Heathrow. You may well get the beach to yourself.
A park that's also near the canal, so if your dog needs a longer run there's a lot more walking on the towpath.
Cemaes has two beaches, and dogs are allowed on the westerly beach all year round. Most of the sand is on the other beach - but the west beach is great for rock pooling.
Local legends say that this valley was created by the Devil.
A short, and easy to follow there-and-back Forest walk with views over the sea and the Conwy Valley. There are no stiles on this walk.
A welcoming Dog friendly environment situated five minutes drive from Matlock Bath in the heart of Derbyshire and at the end of High Peak trail walk and near Carsington waters.
400 year old drovers inn, flag floors and roaring fire with good food. Children, muddy boots and dogs are made very welcome.
Completely stunning formal gardens, created in 2003.
If you're a keen gardener this is well worth a look. Particularly for the rose collection.
A favourite with local dog owners, this deceptively spacious park is doggie delight. We didn't see anyone there without a dog - and we really enjoyed the friendly and welcoming atmosphere in the park.