What to do with your dog in Symonds Yat

Symonds Yat is a sleepy little village in the Wye Valley with a gorgeous walk through woodlands, along the river Wye and up a steep hill to an amazing viewpoint. Yat Rock has spectacular views (including of an Iron age ancient hill Fort) that you will want to spend time taking in. The sunrises and […]

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What to do with your dog in the Brecon Beacons

“The woods and valleys of the region thrum with a living past. In this stunning landscape haunted castles, bottomless lakes and strange follies hold echoes of massacres, ghosts and miracles. “ http://www.breconbeacons.org The Brecon Beacons is a National Park in Wales. Spanning 518.9 sq miles, the Park boasts fantastic walks, ancient castles, pretty towns, nature and […]

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What to do with your dog in Exmoor National Park

“Exmoor is renowned for its dramatic coastal views, heather moorland, ancient woodlands, steep combes and Exmoor Ponies.” http://www.visitsomerset.co.uk The Exmoor National Park is huge. It runs along the coast and spans 267.5 square miles (692.8 squared kilometres). The park is so vast and there are so many things to do and see, you couldn’t ‘do’ it in a […]

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How to spice up your everyday dog walks

These days we are too quick to get away and see something new, see something special, that we miss the wonders of our own cities. How often do you stop and really look at your local village, town, city, etc.? Have you ever taken a tour? If not, why not? I live in a large […]

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What to do with your dog in York

“The History of York is the history of England.“ King George VI York is a beautiful city, steeped in history and easily explored in a weekend. Human beings have lived in, what is now known as, York since 4000 B.C. York is the perfect destination for history buffs interested in the Roman, Viking and the […]

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What to do with your dog in Bristol – Ashton Court

I am a Bristolian and unashamedly biased towards our great city. There is no way that I can cover all of the exciting things to do in one post. Instead, I will write a number of mini-posts about some of the places worth visiting. Ashton Court is a large estate with 850 acres of grounds […]

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What to do with your dog in Edinburgh

“This is a city of shifting light, of changing skies, of sudden vistas. A city so beautiful it breaks the heart again and again.” Alexander McCall Smith Edinburgh, Scotland’s Capital, is a fabulously dog-friendly city. As evidenced by the story of the Greyfriar Bobby, a little terrier who spent 14 years protecting the grave of […]

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