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One mile south of the centre of Whaley Bridge on the west bank of the River Goyt, near Taxal. Off the A5004 Long Hill Road.
A lovely expanse of heathland which is great for dogs. This is part of the large network of nature reserves Suffolk and dogs should be on leads during bird nesting times, roughly March to August.
This is a really old place indeed, and was originally a resting place for monks from the nearby Jervaulx Abbey.
The trail around the waterfalls has been popular since the 19th century - and it's an exhilarating experience.
When you're in need of a break from the A38 before Plymouth, a family and dog-friendly country park is a good bet for some really good activities and calm in the car for the haul into Cornwall.
Family-run 600 year old country pub near the M20 Junction 2 where dogs are welcome and there's a really good play area for kids.
A small country park created from the site of a former brickworks. Now it's a pleasant easy-access dog walk around a lake.
You and your dog will be made very welcome at this homely and traditional pub just off the Harborough Road. Its kerb appeal isn't great, but once inside it's spacious, clean and friendly.
A massive and bleak liminal space that is perfect for dogs who really don't get along with other dogs! Or practising your sledding skills perhaps.
A bit of a leg stretcher out of the Darran Valley to the Beacon hill and around a bit.
This is a lovely place to visit with the dog. It's set in an early 18th century landscaped garden and there's plenty of lakes, cascades and a grotto to enjoy.
A good 'last chance' off-lead stop before getting into London, there are fantastic views over London from the top of the hill - and it really feels like countryside.