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Opened-up old pub with beams, and a fine welcome for dogs and kids. Close to the A6 although you'd never guess it.
Modern pub with a nearby short stretch on fields for the dog. Good access and hard-surface paths.
An easy place to take a break on the A6 with a choice of refreshments in a dog-friendly pub or just a relaxing walk from a car park near a church.
Traditional stone pub with 4 centuries of pint-pulling behind it. The road used to have a toll booth opposite, in the days of turnpikes.
A pretty and welcoming dog-friendly cafe with a fabulous walk from the door in one direction, and a doggie swimming spot in the river in the other. Perfect family stop, and B&B accommodation too.
A really delightful small-scale estate and house with a Robert Adam landscape and building design.
Don't be put off by the nerdy idea of a tram museum - this is an award winning day out, with a built-in walk and an amazing reconstruction of a village using 'found' buildings from far and wide.
A perfect walk for sociable dogs, with soft lush grass, doggie beaches by the river and swimming. Always check the river levels before letting your dog in the water.
A fine place to take a break from driving and discover some dog walking magic, with a fine dog-friendly pub as well.
A really popular dog walking and paddling spot where the beach is made of tough grass. Loads of doggie fun!
A choice of car parks, some free the others P&D and a number of trails from wherever you stop. It's a popular weekend outing but there's plenty of space and enough walking to keep everyone happy.
In warm weather the cooling view of these large reservoirs is a charm. There are quite a few footpaths, but the obvious ones by the water are close to sheep or fenced off for people fishing.