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A lovely 16th century inn overlooking the village green.
A good dog walk from a smartened up country pub where children and dogs are welcome. It's a tad over 5 miles from the A10 and a good destination pub for weekend walkies and leisurely eating.
Dog-friendly inn and plenty of dog walking paths in this small village, renowned for its treacle mines. Treacle mining has apparently been a running joke since the 18th century, really?
A dog-friendly pub with purpose built accommodation. Handy for Luton airport.
On the border of Dorset and Wiltshire this is a spaniel and labrador sort of country inn, where your excellent food is likely to have been shot locally.
On the right day, this walk is one of the area's highlights and a really dramatic experience. So you need to pick a sunny day after a week of heavy rain to get the most of it.
When the dog needs a decent walkies and tired drivers need reviving, head here. The forest is a mix of heathland and woodland with lots of path options for easy walking.
An inn with a large car park, easy to spot from the main road and well placed for a break on your journey. As travellers have been doing for centuries.
Lovely old pub with tons of atmosphere, and ever so dog-friendly.
Glorious dog walk across the moors near Hathersage, and it's a great place to get a lungful of clean, fresh air.
Reservoirs are a good dog walking choice, usually with no stiles or livestock and easy to navigate. This walk starts by the reservoir and then joins more scenic countryside beside a brook.
Friendly and welcoming Peak District pub on the western fringe of the Peak District. Marvellous dog walks from the door, and this is a very pretty village.