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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.
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.
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.
A lovely place to walk the dogs and Children. Large open field and walks arround the parkland. Food is available inside the main house.
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.
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.