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Welcoming dining pub close to the A6, and a good place for a driving break and a dog walk. Families and dogs are made welcome, and the atmosphere is relaxed and friendly.
A dog-friendly and traditional village pub. Close to both the A5 and the M1 Junction 12 and 13. Good food, and a useful set meal / fixed price option at lunchtimes.
Relaxed and friendly canal-side centre with facilities and walking routes to historic sites. Good for families, dogs and the curious.
Very traditional canalside pub, with a friendly welcome for walkers, cyclists, fishermen, dogs and visitors to the area.
Perfectly placed on the canalside for walkers, families and everyone to come and enjoy sitting in the sun or warming up inside on a cold winter's day.
Junction 28 Isques
The maritime forest is well-used by local dog walkers, and those we met were very keen to stop for doggie chats and to tell us how marvellous the forest is for dogs.
Very much in the middle of nowhere, apart from the farm, and it's a very tranquil place to walk with the dog through woodland on a section of the Tabular Hills walk.
Non-residents are welcome to stop for a coffee, lunch or tea in this restful and welcoming family-run hotel. The walk's lovely and Jem really appreciated the dog water and shade in the garden.
Sully Bay lets dogs on the beach all year round, but watch their paws as it's rock and shingle. The coast path is nice and softer on the paws for walkies.
This pretty little village on the river Arrow makes a lovely doggiestop. Dogs can cool down in the river, and there are several walk options from a short stroll to a 7-miler!
Tourist village with a large sandy and dog-friendly beach, and inland dog walk too. Restrictions for dogs apply in Summer on the north section of the beach, the rest is fine.
A lovely varied walk with the dog past a small, scenic waterfall much admired by Turner, and then up onto the moors.