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Long-established 18th century coaching inn pub that's been dispensing beer and cheer since 1742. Dogs get a good welcome, and there's walking country all around.
There's easier strolling if you stay by the lake, but the air and views are unbeatable higher up.
One more of Northamptonshire's immaculately planned and maintained country parks.
Fabulous family day out, with a good long dog walk as well as the famous battle field.
An unhurried, neighbourly part of Derbyshire with footpath links to the Trans Pennine Trail for longer dog walks.
Take a walk at the highest point above Glasgow, with a fabulous range of heath, grassland and woodlands to wander around. This park has nearly 500 acres, so there's loads for dogs to explore.
A tree filled 70 acre park at the beginning of the A1. Once inside the trees, there's almost no trace of the surrounding traffic and there are plenty of tweeting birds instead.
The River Ffyddion rises 4.5 miles to the east of here and is joined a mile away at Marian Mills by water from a spring called Ffynnon Asa.
Walk along river though woodland in the Exmoor National park.
We stumbled upon this fabulous little wood completely by mistake, and what a hidden gem it is! Looked after by the city council, this is a haven where beetles can busily burrow into rotting stumps...
The heath was once a place where travellers needed their dogs for protection against ruthless highwaymen like Dick Turpin.
Gore Glen is a fantastic dog walk in Midlothian, and a very useful stopping place off the A7.