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The pub's a traditional 17th century coaching inn, steeped in history and very dog-friendly. Not too far from the M6.
Traditional dog-friendly Lake District pub with sturdy walls and a windbeaten roof. It's full of quiet country charm and well worth a visit.
Top class dog walking, and you're very likely to have a forest to yourself. It's a good walk on very wet days as the trees give some protection.
Walk around the lake, or head into the valley behind, or just take the dog for a paddle - there's plenty of choice here, and the paths are mostly manageable all year round - you'll need to scramble...
A warm and welcoming country pub with a few tables in the bar where dogs can join you inside.
You need some determination to reach this dog-friendly heritage village in the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
Generous stately grounds where dogs are welcome and it's usually fairly quiet once you're away from the main car park and facilities. Watch out for some evil speed humps on the way in, even at 5mph.
This village was one of the earliest purpose-built industrial villages in Britain and a major centre for lead and silver mining. They must have been tough to live and work here back in the day.
Lovely Lakeland pub with dog friendly accommodation. Rooms very clean and dogs welcome in bar. Food - hearty and excellent. Walks to the fells or to Keswick from the inn.
The wild, remote area and a magnificent waterfall at the end of an easy to follow path makes this short walk an exhilarating experience. There may be sheep around, but otherwise it's ideal for dogs.
Pretty woodland on the fringe of a once grand estate. Dogs can run off-lead here and enjoy a lot of woodland romping.
The visitor centre has a lot of instructions for various walks, all they ask for is a donation towards the printing. We did a circular walk from the town along the river.