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Splendid moorland dog walk with panoramic views over to Kinder Scout and the Dark Peak. This is one of those bucket list walks, although here we're doing it the easy way. For the dogs, obviously.
Reservoirs are a good dog walking choice, usually with no stiles or livestock and easy to navigate. This walk starts by the reservoir and then joins more scenic countryside beside a brook.
A walk through magnificent formal gardens or over the countryside to woods, there's a choice for every taste. Make sure you have your English Heritage card with you.
A truly historic dog walk. Mary Tudor was declared queen here in 1553 but your dog couldn't care less. The walk around the boundary of the castle will interest them much more.
With a pub named after the lord of the manor this village is a lovely relic of days gone by. Always good, as dogs do well in places like this.
Non-residents are welcome to stop for a coffee, lunch or tea in this restful and welcoming family-run hotel. The walk's lovely and Jem really appreciated the dog water and shade in the garden.
Really good dog and family stop on a road that doesn't have a lot of options. The walk starts from just behind the pub, and younger kids can let off steam in the play area.
A quiet spot in the Cambrian Mountains near Newtown where dogs can really have a good leg-stretch and enjoy woodland sniffing too. We quite often picnic here and rarely see anyone else.
A courtyard setting for a number of country businesses, and easy to spot from the A49. On a dry day when you can sit outside this is a good stop for drivers, dogs and family.
One of the oldest pubs in Wales, this started life as a 16th century drover's inn and still retains some local characteristcs such as the stone-flagged floors and an unusual terrace that seems to have...
A traditional pub, opened up and extended and now with a restful almost Scandinavian feel. It's much larger than you'd guess from the outside.
Deep in rural Worcestershire, this is a good place to take a break from the motorway, or the A38. The pub is welcoming and unpretentious, and the dog walk is fabulous in dry weather.