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The Clifford Arms in Great Haywood is a traditional country pub offering a fine selection of cask-conditioned ales and guest beers together with a wide choice of freshly prepared meals and snacks.
Lovely tree-filled park - created in the late 19th century in the place where the old town fortifications used to stand. Dogs need to be on leads here.
This short walk is scented with a variety of odours to delight doggy noses. The reed beds have a practical purpose, and also won the Coal Board some awards.
A landscaped park by Repton which is open all year, and the famous rhodedendrums are at their best in late Spring.
Dogs are welcome here all year round. It's a narrow bay forming a natural harbour and with access to the coast path.
Doggy excitement guaranteed in this wonderful valley.
Excellent motorway services, accessible from both sides of the road via a linking tunnel.
A short but satisfying woodland walk in a fantastic landscape to the site of a hill fort. Don't expect castle ruins, it's an earthworks from an early tribe.
Beautiful clear water lake with mountain backdrop. It's in Snowdonia.
Gorgeous walking in the woodland grounds of Aros House. The house is no longer, but the grounds are looked after by Forest Enterprises and paths and facilities are well tended.
The biggest park in the area, and full of extraordinary bits of London heritage - like a seat made out of some of the stones of the old London Bridge when it was demolished inthe early 1800s.
Dogs are welcome here on lead, and even our lively collies didn't mind this as the sniffing for canines seems to be off the scale for doggie delight! The gardens are massive and it's a very relaxed...