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Tranquil walking spot right on the edge of the red sandstone ridge that characterises the soil and bricks of this top part of Worcestershire.
Outstanding walks in a fabulous mid-Wales setting. The dam is the obvious attraction and you'll find a number of well-signed trails from the car park.
Short dog walk along a little river with waterfalls and lovely pools for swimming.
Tiny and popular dog-friendly pub that's a regular CAMRA regional winner. It's a part of the Enville Estate so the surroundings are quite grand while the pub is scruffy-chic.
These Commons are a popular dog-walking place, and with 8 car parks giving access to different parts of the common you should find a good place for your dog.
Loads of space for dogs to enjoy being off-lead and without the worry of sheep. Handy for a doggie break if you're driving on the A458.
One of Jem's favourite doggiestops and it's lovely for dog swimming, a short walkies, and really excellent home-made cakes. The operational steam railway will thrill everyone, and it smells divine!
Surprisingly rural pub on the edge of the Black Country. It does have a locals' feel, but less so in the summer when it's warm enough to sit outside.
A warm and welcoming inn that's half in Wales and half in England. They specialise in roasts, and the warm comforting aroma of Sunday lunch (but not just on Sundays) is a joy!
A long uphill trek to the top of the hill will reward you with a huge view from the top (apart from the basalt quarry below) and a definite sense of achievement.