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A 2.5 mile circular dog walk with no stiles, and no sheep. The first section of this walk along the canal towpath is buggy and wheelchair accessible.
'The inn extends a warm welcome to walkers, families, cyclists and pet owners.'
Jem loves to see a pub describing itself like this! And the Mardale doesn't disappoint.
Forestry Commission wood, and a part of Ampthill Forest.
Welcoming pub with a really good lunchtime menu for people who like fresh, tasty food but don't want to wait all afternoon for it to be prepared.
A 3 mile moorland walk in a landscape steeped in history, from thousands of years ago to a folly commemorating the Reform Act. It's a great walk at any time of the year.
This walk is near to the heritage sites at Cromford and Matlock. You'll get a feel for the grittiness of the area, as well as some fine views on a good day.
A short but sweet walk around a lake close to the centre of Loughborough. It was once a claypit and brickworks that supplied the bricks to build St Pancras station in London.
Easy to find dog-friendly pub, right by the Tourist Info Office in Bakewell.
On busy days and weekend lunchtimes in summer it can get full so it's worth getting in early.
Dog walk 2 miles (1 – 1.5 hours), steep and muddy in places. No stiles or sheep. Brief sections on quiet road.
Fabulous forest walking for dogs, and a cheerful community of dog walkers too.
A lovely place to walk the dogs and Children. Large open field and walks arround the parkland. Food is available inside the main house.
Popular pub, dog-friendly and easy to find. Sandside is an AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty)
Top class dog walking, and you're very likely to have a forest to yourself. It's a good walk on very wet days as the trees give some protection.
Pleasant dog walk place if you live locally, otherwise there's an unhelpful lack of facilities.
Dog friendly pub in Chelmorton, Derbyshire. Friendly and welcoming pub and there are lots of walks nearby.
Interesting dog walk on a former railway line between New Mills and Hayfield. You can get lots more info about the railway in the Heritage Centre at New Mills.
A welcoming Dog friendly environment situated five minutes drive from Matlock Bath in the heart of Derbyshire and at the end of High Peak trail walk and near Carsington waters.
Brooding ruins surrounded by the remote and windswept Shap fell. Perfect for a moment of calm and mindfulness with the dog, and a complete change of pace from the M6.
Ideal for drivers in need of a break outside of traditional opening hours. You'll find a combo of cafe and pub here so that you can get a coffee from 9am.
Traditional, dog-friendly and unpretentious village inn with a good off-lead dog walk.
Popular and busy pub with plenty going on. The Inn dates from the 16th century - when it used to host a horse market.
A doggie pawfect country inn within easy reach of the A6, and also the A14.
Top class doggie-stop on the A6, with a fabulous walk for the pooch and a waterside inn that's got its act together on service and food. It's almost no distance from the A6 and yet in a world apart.
Easy-to-find and welcoming pub with a zooming field for dogs, and for steam railway enthusiasts it's a few paces away from the high Victorian archway for the station.
Everything to offer the discerning dog at this beauty spot near Bakewell.
A characterful rural and dog-friendly inn that once refreshed packhorse drovers as they freighted local produce through the dales. Look out for the restored pump and horse troughs opposite the pub.
Welcoming village pub, with a relaxed atmosphere and plenty of space for families, and of course dogs.
A 4-mile walk on footpaths and farm access lanes.
This walk starts midway beteen Bakewell and Buxton and is a varied and quiet circular route with sheep possible in a couple of fields.
Dog-friendly fine dining in the bar with a thoroughly rural dog walk from the door. Very friendly and unstuffy atmosphere.
A doggiestop in this friendly small village near Leicester can really hit the spot for tired drivers and bored dogs. A total change from the cut and thrust of the A6, and almost as close to the A47.
Family-run country inn and eating house, with everything in place for a pawfect doggie-stop on your journey. A genuinely welcoming establishment. And Jem gave the dog walk a good review too.
A walk with the dog along timeless stone-walled tracks, through fields rich in wild-flowers and the gentle hum of busy insects.
A really nice place to take a break for a dog walk if you're on the A6 north of Market Harborough.
Delightful countryside dog walk near the Environmental Centre
Dog-friendly traditional pub in a quiet village close to the A6
A walk through magnificent formal gardens or over the countryside to woods, there's a choice for every taste. Make sure you have your English Heritage card with you.
There aren't that many dog-friendly stopping places on the A6, and well-behaved dogs are welcome in the bar here.
Nice that the dog-friendly pub here serves coffee in the mornings, and there's a pleasant relaxing feel to the whole village. Good for a journey break and stress-free dog walk.
Riverside pub with value meals popular with boating folk from the nearby marina, and hungry walkers.
Rural village pub where dogs and walkers are welcome.
A mix of dog-friendly pub, atmospheric ancient history and a fascinating rural walk makes this a great family stop. Near the M6, the A6 and the A66 and easy to find.
Don't be put off by the nerdy idea of a tram museum - this is an award winning day out, with a built-in walk and an amazing reconstruction of a village using 'found' buildings from far and wide.
Opened-up old pub with beams, and a fine welcome for dogs and kids. Close to the A6 although you'd never guess it.
Traditional stone pub with 4 centuries of pint-pulling behind it. The road used to have a toll booth opposite, in the days of turnpikes.
A safe and easy dog walk and a civilised dog-friendly pub, close to the A6 near Flitwick.
Glorious dog walk around the grounds of a magnificent National Trust Georgian estate, used for the filming of the BBC's version of Pride and Prejudice.
Big open space with the traces of an Iron Age fort and, apparently, the ghost of a British chieftain called Cassivellaunus who fought against the invading romans in 54AD.