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Handy local dog-walking park.
A popular quaffing spot for thirsty thespians, the relaxed atmosphere of this riverside pub is a joy for dogs on a jaunt to Stratford on Avon.
Dogs allowed on the beach here all year round. The beach is pebbly, and when the sun shines the water really sparkles.
Scenic 1.5 mile walk around a reservoir through partial woodland, 2 miles off the A19
Lovely country pub, good food and friendly - water and chicken for the mutts
Gently shelving shingle and sandy beach with rock pools allowing easy, safe access for dogs that enjoy swimming but are unable to scramble or jump in and out of the water.
The biggest park in the area, and full of extraordinary bits of London heritage - like a seat made out of some of the stones of the old London Bridge when it was demolished inthe early 1800s.
Lots for dogs to enjoy in the 235 acres of this gorgeous park. Much of it is wild meadow (avoid in hay fever season if you're a sufferer).
Secluded little dog friendly bay that's a gorgeous half way point on walks from various points nearby.
Stick to the east side of the bay for swimming and avoid the strong currents on the west side.
Get a brief history of the area in 20 minutes, as you climb past neolithic caves to McArt's fort at the top.
A lovely walk up and over one of the few hills in the Cambridge area. The walk gives stunning views over Cambridge and the surrounding area.
Dogs are OK on this part of the beach all year round, but check local signs for restrictions around Whitby. A small, sand and shingle beach.