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An enormous sandy and dog-friendly beach that stretches for miles and miles to St Bees Head.
Traditional dog-friendly inn and a woodland walk with doggie swimming.
An enormous big beach, where dogs can enjoy an off-lead run around on mile after mile of sand when the tide is out. Very atmospheric with clouds and the Lake District hills behind.
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).
Pebbles leading to flat sand... sand accessible at low tide only.
Enormous and dog-friendly sandy beach and national trail route. Ideal for turbo-charged dogs in need of a massive scamper. Best enjoyed at low tide to make the most of the space.
Walk around the lake, or head into the valley behind, or just take the dog for a paddle - there's plenty of choice here, and the paths are mostly manageable all year round - you'll need to scramble...
Cracking pub and a stress-busting walk to get some clean air and big views. If you can, stay a few days and go mad on the mountains!
Massively dog-friendly inn with wonderful food, B&B and amazing walks from the door. The hard part is leaving.
A dog walk in the splendid wilderness beneath Scafell Pike.
A forest walk with easy paths and a fine view on a clear day. We walked up in a mist of never-ending drizzle but local dogwalkers assured us it is usually a clear and lovely walk.
The England Coast Path goes through this small harbour town, and most walkers will pass through because of the path.