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The dog walk and pub here is in one of those calendar-worthy rural villages, and it has been featured more than once in the Midsomer Murders series.
Junction 24 Bessines, Bersac
This doggiestop has been withdrawn because the pub is now closed. A new place will be added soon.
Much more than 'just' a garden centre, this is 16 acres of absolute pleasure - and not just for garden enthusiasts.
A 3 mile moorland walk in a landscape steeped in history, from thousands of years ago to a folly commemorating the Reform Act. It's a great walk at any time of the year.
This seems to be a village that the 21st century had nearly forgotten, and it's a very relaxing spot for a walk. The village pub is dog-friendly.
This country park is on the banks of the River Dee and in the shadow of the Cefn Viaduct. It's a great place to relax and take the dog for a stroll. Dogs need to be kept on leads.
This forest is part of a vast area of country park and has over 2,000 acres of wild space, and endless walking opportunities and unbeatable panoramic views on a clear day.
This is one of our favourite dog walks, and no matter how many times we walk here there's always something new to see in these dales.
Enormous expanse of pine forest (more than 900 acres), rough boggy ground and some well made paths in one of the least populated parts of the country. It's a dogs' delight!
This walk is near to the heritage sites at Cromford and Matlock. You'll get a feel for the grittiness of the area, as well as some fine views on a good day.
A dog walk off the A14 with no parking hassles. Don't be put off by the industrial approach to this walk - it's worth it once you're away from the car.
This country park is a wonderful place to walk around. It’s a hilly place, but delightful to stroll through the trees, meadows and down to the River Blyth in the valley bottom.