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A nice family park with plenty of places to take a dog for a run.
There's a choice of starting upstream or downstream for this stress-busting walk alongside the River Trent. Easy to get to from the A453
Stroll with the dog over the Northumberland hills and see an exceptional ruined castle looming over the seascape. Good bracing air is guaranteed on this hilltop walk.
Country park with no sheep, stiles or steep hills. Pleasant family atmosphere, and ideal for gentle ambling. The ponds are reservoirs for topping up the canals.
In an area a bit crowded with ruined abbeys, this one is wilder and far less curated than its more famous neighbours. You'll find seats in picturesque nooks, and a very tranquil atmosphere.
This is a fantastic dog walk in Midlothian, and a very useful stopping place off the A7. Very straightforward and best if you take snacks with you.
Dog-friendly pub within easy reach of dog walks. Popular with walkers, campers, boaters.
Huge forest plantation, looked after by the Forestry Commission.
There's a legend surrounding 'The Rock' - a feature more or less in the centre and close to Beer's Bridge. Apparently St.
This is a lovely pub for enjoying the view over the village green and duck pond on a warm Sunday afternoon.
Situated near Bunbury in Cheshire this very dog friendly pub is well worth a visit with its excellent menu and selection of beers.
Camra pub of the year this past year. FRIENDLY bar staff, popular with locals and visitors alike.
If you enjoy your real ale, don't miss this one! No food and not open lunchtimes in the week.
A waymarked route through parts of the historic Malone House estate in the Lagan Valley Regional Park, through meadows and woodland on surfaced and unsurfaced paths with some steep hills.