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Lovely dog walking here. There is a well signed 'forest' walk within this large and award-winning community park.
Country pub with instant access to woodland dog walks. It's got a rural real-ale atmosphere, and outside tables for the summer. Around 2 miles from the A12.
Atmospheric and dog-friendly ruined castle from the 14th century with a very exciting moat. Very good for children and dogs, with a playground in the public car park.
The walk here is all about views, altitude and the wind. It's a short drive from the pub and you could easily spend all day on the roof of the Downs.
Country inn and eating house, with everything in place for a pawfect doggie-stop on your journey. A genuinely welcoming establishment. And Jem gave the dog walk a good review too.
Dog-welcoming village pub, tucked away in a quiet Northamptonshire village. On a clear day you'll be able to enjoy some lovely views of wild-flower meadows and sparkling water in the distance.
Close to the Fosseway (A46) and worth a detour for lunch. The village itself is a delight, with a brook running down the street - and this will be a total magnet for labs and the water woofers.
Historic and dog-friendly pub with quite a story behind it, starting with Cromwell in the building! Now you can still see the old bits but there's modern service and menus; that's a relief.
Popular with local dog-walkers, this castle and surrounding landscaped park and woodland seems to get missed off many a tourist guide to the area.
A remote piece of forest just to the East of Loch Lomond, where dogs can run free over miles and miles of trails.
There are shops, dog-friendly pubs and cafes here, and it's a good stopping point on the A65 with much easier parking and access to the walks than Skipton, which is just 4 miles away.
Dogs will definitely appreciate the 90 acre Memorial Park here, which is cut through by a number of trails including the Fred Perry Way and the Valley Way.