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A mix of fields and woodlands surrounding a lake. To begin with we thought the park was just a sailing centre, but there's much more to it than that and dogs can enjoy a really good walk here.
A real opportunity to explore a 16th century village inn, dog-friendly of course, and admire the thatched cottages and tiny 15th century church nearby.
Doggie perfection at this canal-side pub with a walk from the door, loads of extra sniffing, and a friendly welcome at the pub for people too.
A friendly village pub where dogs and families are welcome. The 16th century building is on the main road so it couldn't be easier to find. Just a couple of miles from the M40 Jct 8.
Friendly pub with loads of parking space, and a nice welcome for strangers and their dogs.
A vast forest that stretches from here to the Cairngorms, and an ideal dog walking spot.
Worth timing your journey to get here for lunch and making a moment of it. This is a first rate doggiestop and short walk.
Impressive castle ruins with fabulous views of Stainmore Pass.
Sedbergh can get busy in summer, and either of the walk routes are ideal to give the dog some freedom before taking time out for yourself to explore the town.
Homely village pub with tasty home-cooked food. Access to the dog walk needs a bit of road walking.
Gorgeous woodland for a dog walk and with some excitement on stepping stones. Usually quiet and peaceful.
Relaxing doggiestop near Yeovil, with a traditional and welcoming village pub and an easy dog walk by the river.