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A dog walk along the Ceredigion Coast Path from Tresaith to Aberporth

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A dog walk along the Ceredigion Coast Path from Tresaith to Aberporth

The Ceredigion Coast Path offers walkers 60 miles of unspoilt coastline, with excellent views across Cardigan Bay.  Hoover and I enjoyed a dog walk along the Ceredigion Coast Path from Tresaith to Aberporth (map) and back one Sunday morning in March.  Tresaith (map) is a pretty little coastal village..  It lies between Aberporth and Llangranog, and is linked to the former …

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A Warm Welcome at a Traditional Dog Friendly Pub in High Peak

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A Warm Welcome at a Traditional Dog Friendly Pub in High Peak

If you have been out and about exploring The Peaks then you will need some serious sustenance, so a warm welcome at a traditional dog friendly pub in High Peak might just be the ticket.  The Old Hall Inn, (OHI) is located in the rural village of Chinley (map), which is in the Peak District, in Derbyshire.  Like most of …

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The Majestic Trees of Cliveden Woods in Taplow, Buckinghamshire

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The Majestic Trees of Cliveden Woods in Taplow, Berkshire

The Majestic Trees of Cliveden Woods in Taplow, Buckinghamshire make up the lion’s share of the grounds that belong to Cliveden House (made famous by the Profumo affair back in the 60’s) and roughly 300 of the 375 acres of grounds are open to dogs.  Cliveden House is a 350 …

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Another Superb Meal at The Thatched Tavern in Ascot

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We recently had yet another superb meal at The Thatched Tavern in Ascot (streetview), and as they allow dogs into the bar area I thought you should all know about it.

I have been to ‘The Thatch’ as it is known locally several times – both for lunch and dinner.   The 400 year …

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A Wander around Arrochar on the Banks of Loch Long in Argyll & Bute

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A Wander around Arrochar on the Banks of Loch Long in Argyll & Bute: Looking down Loch Long

Hoover and I enjoyed a wander around Arrochar on the banks of Loch Long in Argyll & Bute a while back.  Arrochar is a small village that sits right at the head of the loch.  It is popular with mountaineers as it is overlooked by the Arrochar Alps, the most notable peak being The Cobbler.  The village is in …

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