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An almost secret woodland and lake with quiet charm, and a great place for a dog walk.
Easy to find dog-friendly pub, right by the Tourist Info Office in Bakewell.
On busy days and weekend lunchtimes in summer it can get full so it's worth getting in early.
Busy Forestry Commission recreation space, and great for a family outing. This is a long-stay trip, not a doggie-stop on your journey because the entry charge is over £10. The Pinetum is fantastic.
Lovely wooded parkland surrounding the totally other-worldly Bramall Hall. The park is run by Stockport Council, and dogs can run free under the trees.
Another fantastically huge sandy and dog-friendly beach, accessed on a walkway through protected dunes. The beach is divided roughly in half, with dogs allowed on one side all year round.
Miles of empty beach, full access to dogs. No facilities though so need to take everything with you.
Small car park near beach.
3 mile dog walk around the Reservoir, usually a quiet and calm hideaway in the Washburn Valley.
This is a forest of varying walks for all levels of dog walker.
A small beech wood on the edge of the South Downs, ideal for some mindful mooching with the pooch. There are hard surface tracks, so buggy and wheelchair friendly.
The White Horse is the highlight of this walk, and you can see its chunky features from the car park and for miles around.
Mainly a food pub with a nice atmosphere, on a country lane, an area of 3 or 4 cosy tables inside is available for visitors with dogs or there are tables outside.
A big, flat, open space where Henry IV (England) beat Henry 'Hotspur' Percy (Northumberland Rebels) away at Shrewsbury. The final score was England 5000 casualties, Rebels 10,000 all out.