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Classic Lake District dog walking country, and this is an area with an abundance of small waterfalls and chattering streams to enjoy, plus the dog-friendly pub of course!
Forest leisure centre with loads going on for active families, with or without the dog.
Doggy delights in the footsteps of the Roman Emperor Hadrian. Make sure you have your English Heritage card with you to avoid the parking charge.
Extremely warm and friendly village inn, with a dog walk from the door.
Easy roadside parking close to the water and the chance for a longer dog walk if you want. Really lovely walking spot and rarely crowded. Also a popular wild swimming place.
Cracking pub and a stress-busting walk to get some clean air and big views. If you can, stay a few days and go mad on the mountains!
A short walk in the shadows of a ruined abbey. Make sure to walk away from the boarded up pub and miserable approach arch to the car park and onto the grass by the ruins.
Wonderfully situated dog-friendly pub with a very good dog walk from the door. And it's one without sheep or cows which is a definite bonus.
Family run dog-friendly 17th century country inn with rooms in a heritage building of great charm. For a remote weekend away you're in good hands here. It's very handy for Scafell Pike
Interesting place for a dog walk across an area used by the Romans as a military cemetery.
Enormous and dog-friendly sandy beach and national trail route. Ideal for turbo-charged dogs in need of a massive scamper. Best enjoyed at low tide to make the most of the space.
The pub has the enticing aroma of succulent roast dinners, and on a cold day the warmth and sheer comfort of the building is totally winning.