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One of those quaint 'English' walks, with a fabulous pub, cricket pitch and strolling route on springy grass through lush countryside.
Interesting combination of a fantastically long sandy beach, the coast path and also a nature reserve where reed beds have been made from earlier gravel pits.
A dog-friendly hotel with a totally unique connection with the Dam Busters story.
An oasis of calm just a few meters off the hectic A158. It's perfect for a relaxing stroll and a nice cup of National Trust tea and cake.
Much more than just a heap of stones, without the safe birth of Henry IV here history would have been quite different.
There are no restrictions for dogs on either of these beaches (all year round). Chapel 6 marshes is situated on the coast road just before Anderby Creek (Lincs) and Moggs Eye just after Anderby.
Coarse sand beach, 2 miles south of Sutton-on-sea. Concrete parking terrace facing sea next to beach. Dog access all year.
Starting from an iconic tea house this is a fully accessible section of the Viking Way. So once you're trodden in the footsteps of the horned invaders, what could be better than a pot of tea and cake?
This is a calm and relaxing park set in the foothills of the Lincolnshire Wolds. It is set out in two valleys with streams running through and with plenty of grassland and woods to keep dogs happy.
A country dog walk along part of the Viking Way, with free parking and an accessible path.
Very atmospheric dog walk with plenty to see, not only the birds in the reserve but also some fascinating marshes and low land drainage (really!). It's like a different world.
A riverside walk along the banks of the River Humber, a flat walk with plenty of reed beds and mudflats to look at and enjoy nature at work.