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Outstanding walks in a fabulous mid-Wales setting. The dam is the obvious attraction and you'll find a number of well-signed trails from the car park.
Simple and friendly Peak District pub with walkers and dogs getting a warm welcome.
A World Heritage site, with dark Victorian mills now cleaned up and looking amazing.
Starts at Chorlton Water Park, along the River Mersey up to Trafford Water Park. Approx 4km each way.
If you're driving on the A68 this is a good place for a big dog walk, although there aren't any facilities so you'll need to come prepared with picnics.
Slightly in the middle of nowhere, it's worth knowing about this food-focused pub and dog walkies. You never know when a weirder than most M1 or A5 diversion might send you in this direction.
Fenella is a small sandy and dog-friendly beach under the walls of Peel Castle. It's called 'Fenella' after one of the characters in a dramatic novel by Sir Walter Scott.
Warm and welcoming dog-friendly pub with good food. Fantastic place to use as a walking destination (or even a base).
Lovely walk plenty of water to play and drink for dogs. Plenty of off lead walking and some on lead.
Lovely country pub, good food and friendly - water and chicken for the mutts
Traditional and dog-friendly pub, dating back for centuries and a ghost or two to prove it.
A long sandy beach. A notice by the car park requests that dogs are kept on a lead because of sheep grazing on the land nearby.