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Rural tavern with a bit of a poachers and smugglers feel to it. Not too much space inside, so you may find yourself cuddling up to a Cap'n Jack Sparrow. Fossil museum inside the pub.
Lovely place to get some silence and safe walking with the dog. You're unlikely to see many other people, and the linear route is very easy to enjoy and not have any concerns about getting lost.
Glorious dog walk across the moors near Hathersage, and it's a great place to get a lungful of clean, fresh air.
Short and stimulating 3-mile walk, passing a Bronze Age hill fort and enjoying glorious views from one of the Dark Peak's most iconic beauty spots.
A walk through magnificent formal gardens or over the countryside to woods, there's a choice for every taste. Make sure you have your English Heritage card with you.
A welcoming and rather exquisite country inn with several comfortable little rooms for dining or snacking. Light and airy, and quietly charming.
This tiny pub is too small to allow dogs inside, but they really wanted to welcome local and visiting pooches. So the enterprising landlord built a special doggie annex for 4-legged friends.
Just the place for a tranquil mooch with the pooch, and you're not likely to meet many other people or dogs here.
The walk here is at the very start of the North Downs Way. So very tempting!
A great walk across heathland and heading towards an iconic location in the history of rock music. Dogs will feel very content after a run around here.
Dogs have a heavenly time in the absolutely enormous forest here. It's quite close to Crowborough and makes a perfect place to stop for a relaxing walk with the dog.
A linear dog walk on a Bridleway in quite good condition, and with no livestock or stiles. It's a safe spot for dogs to enjoy their sniffing and you probably won't see anyone else around.