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Scenic 1.5 mile walk around a reservoir through partial woodland, 2 miles off the A19
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.
Ireland dog walking places
Forest walk and close to Rathmelton, an interesting centre of the early linen trade in Ireland. The area was famous for the quality of its flax, used to make linen.
There are three beaches at Abersoch and the town beach (by the harbour) has dog restrictions in summer.
Old fashioned non pretentious pub and food. Dogs welcome in garden and bar.
Junction 19 Glanconwy Corner
Dogs are welcome on the beach here, with one marked section that's 'on-lead' only. The rest is open for doggy fun time. The castle is worth an explore too - well ruined, but atmospheric.
A lovely beach, backed by high cliffs (so sheep-free). There's a poo bin in the harbour car park.
Black and white timbered slice of history, right opposite the Abbey and lovely for a tea/coffee as well as meals.
Dogs welcome in the bar and there's also dog-friendly accommodation.
Miles of long sandy beach for our four legged friends to run free. Dogs NOT allowed on beach between May - October.
Lots of space (200 acres) for a full length dog walk here.
There's also an art gallery - but not for dogs.
Greenfield Valley is a small-scale seventy acre country park with woodlands, reservoirs, ancient monuments and industrial history close to the market town of Holywell, North Wales.
Huge parkland with enough to keep every dog happy.