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If your legs are in need of a good uphill stretch, this is the walk for you. The views from the top on a clear day make it all worthwhile, especially over the Lynn of Lorn to Mull.
Hotel in a completely stunning area with restaurant and bar food. Ideally placed for a well-earned bar meal after a long walk with the dogs!
Friendly pub and quite handy for refreshments after a bracing stroll at Burton Dassett. Many locals would probably call their pub the heart of the village.
A great place for family exploring, with a proper dog walk as well as plenty of stuff for kids to explore in the Discovery Centre.
One of the glories of this dog walk on the Trans-Penine Trail is that there are no hills, or even slopes, and the path stays firm and shoe-friendly in wet weather.
15th century inn on Dartmoor, friendly, great food and dogs are allowed in bar and restaurant. Garden and lovely walks nearby.
A woodland with several walks - some harder paths, some more rugged paths through the woodlands where more clambering is required.
Remote but impressive sandy beach where dogs are allowed all year round.
An easy stroll around Malham Tarn - ideal for a laid back start to the day. Worth taking an extra layer as it can get nippy even on bright days.
Dogs are allowed on the beach at low tide. At high tide the beach is entirely covered.
Traditional 17th century inn, with some good and tasty rustic menu choices. Dip your toes in the stream in summer or snuggle up to the woodburner in winter. What smells nicer than a steaming dog?!
Various walks on banks of River Clyde, Golf Course and Parkland.