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The dog walk starts in a pretty Yorkshire village, and follows part of the Knaresborough Round footpath route. Dogs are welcome outside the cheery village pub, and good quality food is available.
A black-and-white timbered Tudor pub set in a tiny village will give you a taste of the ‘full rustic’.
Great place for a shady leg-stretch for drivers and dogs. There's a little stream for dogs to have a lap of sparkling Welsh water and a paddle too.
Massive forest and sands. Jem voted this his best Anglesey walk!
With more than 200 acres of woodland and formal gardens here, there are many options to choose from, all starting from the central courtyard.
Warm and extremely welcoming dog-friendly pub. We called in on a mid-week lunchtime and found a busy and thriving atmosphere. For a village inn, this one definitely punches above its weight.
Everyone will love a close up view of the wooden toll bridge, signal box and the artful conversion of the station into hotel accommodation. Could anyone not want to stay a few nights on Platform 1?
Based around an Edwardian reservoir, this country park makes a perfect journey break. There's a mixture of meadows and woodland to wander around as well as a circular reservoir walk.
Roaring log fires in winter, and wall-to-wall dogs - this is the place to live the canine dream!
Large and popular 1,400 acre country park just off the A3. There are plenty of facilities to satisfy everyone, off-lead dog walking can be restricted in some areas as there are sheep and deer.
Small Cornish harbour town, with a working harbour, pubs, and beaches that allow dogs all year.
A nineteenth century cotton will may not seem to be the obvious place to walk the dog, but amongst these not-so satanic mills of industrial Manchester there's plenty of green too.