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The start point for the dog walks is a handsome, if severe looking, Dales market town with an unusually large green.
Interesting, quiet and doggie-delightful woodland that's pawfect for dogs in need of an off-lead moment of madness. And just down the road is a friendly pub to restore driver mojo too.
Coaching inn, on the village green and with a massive reputation for great food and friendliness.
Thatched black and white hostelry of enormous charm, and thoroughly welcoming. A Michelin star and dog-friendliness makes this a pawfect treat.
A delightful old pub in a quiet village full of history. The dog walk is a short section of a long-distance footpath, and effortlessly easy to follow.
A delightful 17th century inn with easy access to walks and the River Wye for particularly hot dogs.
A pleasant stroll with the dog through a small village onto open fields. The community pub is welcoming and helpful.
A super doggiestop off the M2 at Junction 7. The woodland walk for this junction has been created around an exceptionally fine pub that has kept its feet (and prices) on the ground.
This is a fantastic walk for water-loving dogs, with plenty of swimming opportunities in the river throughout the length of the 'there and back' walk.
Relaxed country pub, surrounded by woodland walks and ideal for a potter with the pooch. The pub itself is a magnificent survivor from the 14th century, and an absolute treat to visit.
Welcoming and relaxing little village pub that's very much part of its community. And with a dog walk over fields and into woodland for the pooch to enjoy.
Famous because of the so-called Giant carved into the hillside, the best viewing point to see this celebration of manhood is from a well-signed layby on the A352.