Bring them along with you!

At Away Resorts we know dogs are part of the family too, and a break away just wouldn’t be same without them! Luckily for you there are lots of wonderful dog friendly places to visit local to each of our parks, so your four legged friend never has to be left behind!

Barmouth Bay:

Barmouth Panorama Walk – The Panorama Walk is one of the most popular walks in the neighbourhood, up to the viewpoint. The view from the summit is one of the most spectacular in Wales – the whole length of the Mawddach Estuary with the Cader range of mountains beyond to the south and Sylfaen Farm and Diphwys towards the north

Mawddach Trail – A stunning multi-use path following the old disused railway line along the edge of the beautiful Mawddach estuary in Southern Snowdonia. The Dolgellau to Barmouth Mawddach Trail can be joined at several points however it starts at the picturesque market town of Dolgellau and finishes by crossing the iconic railway bridge over the mouth of the estuary into Barmouth.

Llanberis Path, Snowdon – Conquer Mount Snowdon with your best friend by your side! Llanberis Path, is considered as one of the easier routes to the peak of Snowdon, running parallel to the railway.

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Mersea Island:

West Mersea Circular Walk – The perfect day out for you and your four legged friend, this route offers scenic views and is good for all skill levels, great for bird watching.

Mersea Island Circular Walk – Looking for something a bit more challenging? Starting from the park, you can walk the entire outskirts of the island. Will take approximately four and a half hours.

Cudmore Grove Country Park – Located right next to the park, this country park is perfect for an easy coastal walk. You can stroll along the lovely sandy beach and enjoy views towards Brightlingsea.


Mill Rythe:

Hayling Billy Trail – The Hayling Billy Trail, also known as the Hayling Island Coastal Path, is a great area for your dog to run off some energy! It’s dog-friendly, flat and easy terrain and has fabulous views of Langstone Harbour, which is an internationally important site for its wildfowl and wading birds.

Hayling Island Circular Walk – You and your four-legged friends will love a coastal walk around the southern part of Hayling Island on this circular route. The walk visits Sinah Common, Ferry Point, South Hayling, Eaststoke Beach and the Sandy Point Nature Reserve. There are lovely views over Hayling Bay, sand dunes and a series of nice beaches to enjoy.

Langstone Harbour and Hayling Island – Flat beach walk with free parking and off lead areas for your furry friends to run free. Views of Portsmouth across the water of Langstone Harbour. If you feel like going further, then you can continue round the island on the coastal path too!

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Sandy Balls:

Ashley Walk – A good mixture of open heathland, forested inclosure and ancient and ornamental woodland. Watch out for the wild New Forest ponies!

Hordle Cliffs – This route is located to the west of Milford-on-Sea village center, on the New Forest boundary. Showcasing stunning views of the Solent and the Isle of Wight, there are two possible Hordle Cliffs walking routes based on difficulty. Looking for an easy walk with lovely views? Follow walk 1 from the Hordle Cliff west car park.

Solent Way Walk – One of the most perfect New Forest walking routes all year round, The Solent Way Walk features picturesque views of the Hampshire countryside, Solent and Isle of Wight. Stretching across 60 miles, the route is broken into 8 sections and stretches from Milford on Sea to Emsworth. Feeling peckish? You’re in luck… this route is full of multiple attractions and places to eat along the way!

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Tattershall Lakes:

Snipe Dales – Rich in biodiversity, Snipe Dales is home to many magnificent species of wildlife. With so many different routes and terrains to explore, Snipe Dales is a family-friendly day out with dozens of routes, valleys, and streams just waiting to be discovered. Dogs are allowed to walk and sniff to their heart’s content when visiting the country park of Snipe Dales.

The Viking Way – Stretching along 147 miles, The Viking Way is a marked walking route through Lincoln which finishes in Rutland. Fascinating and beautiful, this countryside route makes a perfect day out exploring.

Lincolnshire Wolds – Stunning and picturesque, there are many brilliant walking routes to embark on throughout the Lincolnshire Wolds. Whether you’re looking for a relaxing stroll amongst the hills or a challenging hike to get your adrenaline pumping, Lincolnshire Wolds has a suitable route for all.

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Whitecliff Bay:

Bembridge Beach – Visit the most easterly point in the Isle of Wight, Bembridge Beach. This beach is quite rare in the fact that dogs are allowed to bound along the shore line all year round! Bembridge also plays host to a number of restaurants and cafés that welcome dogs!

Alverstone Mead Nature Reserve – A woodland walk through the wet meadows of Alverstone. The river runs alongside the walk, perfect for your dog to cool off! On the way there you’ll also stumble across Pedallers, a dog-friendly café serving dog treats and water! It is advised however to keep dogs on leads during your time here.

Field of Hope – Park up for free at the car park based in School Close and head to the bottom of the car park for the start of your walk. The walk compromises of plenty of grassland, pawfect for your dog to stretch their legs! There are even many dog friendly pubs nearby to stop off at for a bite to eat.