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A black-and-white timbered Tudor pub set in a tiny village will give you a taste of the 'full rustic'.
Massive forest and sands. Jem voted this his best Anglesey walk!
A large park in a beautiful valley. There's a choice of walking through woods, over grass or along the river, and the chance to enjoy some interesting metal sculptures.
The dog walk starts in a pretty Yorkshire village, and follows part of the Knaresborough Round footpath route. Dogs are welcome outside the cheery village pub, and good quality food is available.
A nineteenth century cotton will may not seem to be the obvious place to walk the dog, but amongst these not-so satanic mills of industrial Manchester there's plenty of green too.
This handsome 16th century coaching inn is a bit of an understated gem, and the village too has some breathtakingly picturesque moments when you don't expect them.
Delightful country inn with a dog-walk from the door. We stopped for lunch and were enormously tempted to stay for much longer and see more of the area!
Beautiful 18th century pub where children and dogs are welcome. Large garden. If you're travelling on the M2 or the M20, it's easy to take a short woodland walk before or after coming here.
Everyone will love a close up view of the wooden toll bridge, signal box and the artful conversion of the station into hotel accommodation. Could anyone not want to stay a few nights on Platform 1?
Great place for a shady leg-stretch for drivers and dogs. There's a little stream for dogs to have a lap of sparkling Welsh water and a paddle too.
Another monumental moment of early community building, popular with local dog walkers. This is one of the best historic places in the country, well up there with Stonehenge.
This walk is an idyllic linear stroll through one of the most scenic of the White Peak dales, with dog-friendly pubs at either end of the walk! It's 4 miles each way, 8 in total which is a bit longer...