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National Trust managed estate woodlands with extensive walk routes of differing lengths. Be aware there are dog restrictions near the cafe and where birds may be nesting.
A wonderful dog walk with everything a pampered pooch might desire. Swimming, sniffing and scampering places are in abundance. It's also a good family spot with plenty of nature spotting.
Fabulous and popular ice-cream shop and cafe with the pretty Huddersfield narrow canal to walk the dog on.
One of the best hill fort remains in England, although the earthworks are all you see today. It misy have been a really imposing centre all those years ago.
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 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 large and popular country park with huge appeal for dogs and children. We were charmed by the Room on a Broom walk, with some slighty scary witches along the way!
The dog-friendly pub here is a step back in time to the 1850s with a quirky and really lovely old building. You can almost still hear the shouts of stagecoach drivers and ostlers across the heathland.
A nature park with a surprising range of butterflies, moths and wildflowers. Not that long ago this was a colliery and the transformation is incredible.
Massively dog-friendly pub with several pub dogs and plenty of water bowls. A no-frills local with a big welcome to all.
Busy seaside resort with loads of fish and chip shops, and everything you need for a traditional bucket 'n spade holiday - including lettered rock.
A massive dog-friendly beach with not a restriction in sight. Our pup went nuts in the water and ran herself silly afterwards.