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This is a lovely tiny village where it's easy to get onto the Pennine Bridleway for a satisfying yomp with the dog. Expect waterfalls and chatty locals.
A cooling and atmospheric walk with the dog through woodland to a lake. And nearby is an iconic Lakes pub and the original home of several legendary Cumbrian ales.
Dogs are welcome at his village freehouse with some rather good local beer, and a walk on an unscary part of the Pennine Way.
The pup adored her walkies here. It's a quiet woodland with a variety of trees and foliage, and an easy path to follow. After a few hours on the beach earlier on this was heaven for doggie paws.
A walk across the top of the Gower peninsula with spectacular views and guaranteed happy dogs.
A long uphill trek to the top of the hill will reward you with a huge view from the top (apart from the basalt quarry below) and a definite sense of achievement.
A great place to take a break, with a really easy to find dog walk from the pub garden as well as a good sized children's outdoor play area and a comfortable and welcoming atmosphere inside.
A quiet and atmospheric woodland walk with a feast of bluebells in spring, and very few people around.
A new country park in the making, set on the footprint of the old Monkton colliery. Already the footpaths are well laid out and nature is settling back and making the landscape live again.
A cool spacious historic coaching inn with 800 year old claims of a connection to King John. Wow! Lovely welcoming feel to the place and the garden is quite a suntrap.
We love finding a dog-friendly traditional village inn with modern comforts and good food. And this gorgeous village has plenty to offer its visitors.
A cheat of one of the iconic High Peak walks is exactly what you need for a short walk with the dog and a break from the driving.