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Pretty litle market town with a square to sit and enjoy a coffee and watch the world wake up, and then a pleasant stroll along the promenade with the dog.
Doe Bank is a small wood and playing fields, and alongside the park there is a large field that the land owner doesn't mind responsible dog walkers using.
Seaside pub between Weymouth & Portland in Dorset. Typical pub food. Large bar area.
Really nice place for a dog walk, and it's a popular choice. Definitely worth checking out the walk leaflets in the visitor centre if you want to explore more exciting walks.
Dogs are welcome at Mill Bay Beach all year round. It's a bit hard to find - opposite Salcombe on the east side of the Kingsbridge Estuary.
The Royal Oak has recently-ish refurbed their Tap Room so that dogs and their owners can enjoy an open fire, good food and a pint of Hawkshead in considerable comfort!
Ideal for dogs who are banned from the beach and bored of pavements in the summer. There are 220 acres of woodland and lots of different paths.
Oh, and a Roman villa.
An ideal route for a long dog walk if you don't want to cope with map-reading. The path is flat and follows the completely straight line of the re-routed River Ancholme.
Big sandy beach, dogs allowed on one side.
Friendly pub, excellent food (Closed Mondays) Dogs very welcome.
Even Prince Charles has been to this Pub!
No dog restrictions on Parton Beach, and you'll find local shops and a pub just a short walk from the beach (on the other side of the railway line).
Dog walking places in Ireland
Very remote, and on part of the Wicklow Way route.