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Excellent pub with a varied selection of dog walks starting from the door.
A towpath walk along the side of the Macclesfield canal. Ideal for an off-lead walk with nothing for a dog to chase.
A quiet and leafy picnic area with several picnic tables and a pleasant area to take a break. There's a signed walk too.
A lonely walk, high in the moorland and an exhilarating moment for dogs and drivers when the weather is good.
Traditional and dog-friendly 17th century inn with easy access to forest and lakeside dog walks. Car park has shade.
This beautiful park is a great place for dogs to visit. It's a really tranquil place which has glorious woodlands and lakeside walks as well as formal gardens in the grounds of a former manor house.
A former sand quarry which has now been transformed into a lake and country park. It's really popular with local dog walkers.
There are a number of trails in this nature reserve west of Congleton, including an easy access trail.
A short stretch of the Sandstone Trail is a perfect doggie comfort break within seconds of the A54. Even in hot weather the trees provide shade and also protect you when it's raining.
A rural walk over the fields before returning to the village pub, where solicitors rub shoulders with shepherds - and dogs get a good welcome too.
We're charmed by this outstandingly good 16th century country inn with an arboretum for a back garden. Worth the detour to enjoy a very special moment.
Glorious dog walk around the grounds of a magnificent National Trust Georgian estate, used for the filming of the BBC's version of Pride and Prejudice.