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A perfectly placed dog-friendly inn on the banks of the river and a dog walk. The bridge is a real survivor of time and floods, and worth a salute.
When the weather is kind and you're in the mood for a gentle stroll around some delightful gardens, then head to Arley for an absolute treat of floral positivity and scented joy.
A huge statement of English domination over the Welsh, and then a transformation into a more domestic and homely feel. On a very grand scale.
A really delightful small-scale estate and house with a Robert Adam landscape and building design.
Just outside Ashbourne you'll find the start of the Tissington Trail for stile-free walkies, and smaller dogs can even enjoy a ride in one of the bespoke dog-carts that fit on behind a bike.
Small and perfectly formed country park with lots of grass for dogs and an excellent kids' playground. Back in the day it was an industrial wasteland, and you'd never guess that today.
An imposing house and gardens, and what's really nice about it is the informal and relaxed atmosphere created by visitors playing games, having a picnic and generally having a brilliant time on the...
Dogs will love this unspoiled common land and the birdsong is a treat to hear.
A leafy picnic spot with the chance to explore the moors nearby with the dog.
A straightforward dog walk on a former railway line. It's now a multi-user path and fully accessible.
Easy access dog walk in a quiet and peaceful part of the Peak District. It's a wonderful place to hear curlews and see some super-sized moorland insects (nice ones).
In warm weather the cooling view of these large reservoirs is a charm. There are quite a few footpaths, but the obvious ones by the water are close to sheep or fenced off for people fishing.