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This dog walk is between Junctions 3 and 4 on the A3M. You'll find a number of clearly signed trails in this award-winning park. And with a thousand acres of land, this is doggy wonderland.
Sedbergh can get busy in summer, and either of the walk routes are ideal to give the dog some freedom before taking time out for yourself to explore the town.
Small rural pub, with flagged floors and beams. Gets busy in summer and warm weekends.
Village pub that serves good food and is very close to the River Severn, with lovely walk down to the river. Dogs allowed in the bar and garden. Very friendly
When Jem and I were here the hill was alive with the sound of happy barking. There's more to the hill than appears at first visit, and this walk is well worth exploring.
A couple of dog walks to choose from, and the chance to spot some woodland wildlife.
Lovely for a doggiestop, and a total surprise to discover an authentic Italian market and deli counter as part of the pub. And a dog walk too. Fabulous place and I wish we lived nearer.
Cheerful and dog-friendly pub with a walk from the end of the car park. We loved the Thai lunch option.
A forest walk is perfect for dogs and drivers to cool down in warm weather, or stay reasonably dry in the rain.
A tiny village with stories of giants, ancient tombs and a lot of footpaths. The dog is welcome at the village inn and the walking is superb.
We Love Dogs says the pub website. And there's a short dog walk on the doorstep to satisfy Fido. Add in a friendly welcome and some interesting menu choices, and this is one for the Favourites list.
Wonderful dog walk in the Cuckmere valley, and a popular 17th century dog-friendly pub at the start. Incredible as it may seem, this tiny hamlet was home to a Mr and Mrs Prince of Wales.