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Proof that kerb-appeal isn't everything. This is a dog-friendly railway pub with great food, slick service and a massively positive vibe. You wouldn't guess that from the outside in a million years.
National Trust managed heath with marked trails for the dog walk. And a dog-friendly pub just a short hop away in the village for after your walk.
If Friar Tuck ran an inn, this could very well be it. The building itself is old, very old. As you enter you get the feel of centuries of hearty eating and full-bodied claret.
Magical place to take a break, un-wind and enjoy a stroll by the river with the dog.
A combo of dog walk and pub right on the High Peak Trail. This is a good one for families.
When the lakes at Earlswood were created to top up the canal system, a few enterprising souls realised that Earlswood had tourist potential.
This is part of the National Forest - and it's been regenerated from a former coal mining site so the trees have still got a bit of growing to do.
Chatty locals make this village pub a cheerful place for a refreshments. Unusually two cottages were knocked together to create the pub in the 1960s, bit of a trend reversal there.
By-passed by the A14 this dog-friendly pub is a bit of a forgotten coaching inn on the old road. Not a bad thing at all, or it would probably be a Premier Inn by now.
A small dog-friendly pub in situated just 5 minutes from the historic town of Richmond.
This is the pub immortalised in 'Three Men in a Boat', and every well-read dog will want to pay respects to one of the famous fox terrier Montmorency's haunts. It's a great pub and well worth a visit.
One of those stunning Peak District dog walks with a scenic view at every turn.