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Easy to find dog-friendly pub, right by the Tourist Info Office in Bakewell. On busy days and weekend lunch times in summer it can get full so it's worth getting in early.
A gloriously atmospheric and spooky wood, where for centuries sagas have been told around the fire of the dragons and wierd creatures who lived around the Caves of Weem.
A short but sweet walk around a lake close to the centre of Loughborough. It was once a claypit and brickworks that supplied the bricks to build St Pancras station in London.
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.
A great off lead walk for the dogs. Very quiet and loads of places to explore. Not too strenuous, plenty of pathways to follow. One very happy dog.
Busy Forestry recreation space, and great for a family outing. This is a long-stay visit, not a doggie-stop on your journey because the entry charge is over £10. The Pinetum is fantastic.
Gorgeous stretch of sandy beach. Dogs allowed all year round.
Great traditional dog-friendly pub, wonderful location in a very attractive picturesque village.
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.
On the early summer morning we visited this luscious park there was no one else around, and the birds were chorusing loudly in the woods.
The Capital Ring footpath goes through this 100 hectare country park. It's not over-manicured and is popular with dog owners.
A perfect family day out, with a genuine Ice Age experience and easy to follow walking paths.