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A very handy dog walk to know about if you're staying on the east side of Loch Lomond. Jem loved this one, and so did we - even in the rain.
Junction 4 Dijon-Est
Sometimes you find a little place that is absolutely gorgeous, for no particular reason.
A riverside walk near pubs and cafes, as well as the famous view from the top.
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.
Allow plenty of time for exciting walkies here. There are a number of well-signed dog walk routes, one with dog-swimming. Wheelchair users are well catered for, and facilities are excellent.
An easy dog walk along the towpath, with the benefit of lots of kids' activities at the start. Pedalo and canoe hire is available, and the atmosphere is relaxed and laid back.
Chatty locals make this village pub a cheerful place for a refreshments. Unusually two cottages were knocked together to create the pub in the 1960s, bit of a trend reversal there.
A combo of dog walk and pub right on the High Peak Trail. This is a good one for families.
National Trust property with extensive grounds. There are restrictions for dogs, however this still leaves a massive amount of walkies space. This is within easy reach of Junction 42 of the A14.
Traditional inn with open fires and oak beams. And a very pleasant dog stroll on the doorstep too.
Enjoy lunch in a very old coaching inn where Dickens used to spin yarns by the fireplace and then walk it off on a riverside path with lots of doggy romping space.
A shopping village makes for an unusual start to a walk, and there's a useful and stylish mix of restaurants, supermarkets and shops here if you need them.