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What a strange place, half the hill is missing! The remaining half is part of the Shropshire Hill AONB.
Dogs are made very welcome at this 13th century castle that feels more like a film set than actual history. The gardens are pretty and aromatic and the castle itself is tiny inside.
Apley Castle, beautiful walk, my dogs love it there
Country inn with dog-friendly rooms and a pleasant country walk from the door. It's a handy place to stop if you're looking for a weekend lunch on the way from the West Midlands to mid-Wales.
A cool and shady woodland walk around, or up, a hill. It's very quiet here and we saw just one other walker at a distance away.
A fully enclosed dog field with 1.8 metre high fencing and car park. Hourly slots available Hire the field to use exclusively.
Tucked away in a quiet part of Shropshire is the graceful red sandstone ruined castle, and dogs are welcome to visit with you.
A gentle walk through woodland with far-reaching views between the trees. Generally kind to your shoes even in wet weather thanks to the sandstone paths.
Start with the walk in the very remote coppice car park and then pop into the village inn for refreshment on your way back. Dogs will absolutely love the walk here, all off lead and safe.
An interesting and unusual walking spot with the chance to walk to the site of an ancient fort, or to simply stroll and enjoy the outstanding Shropshire countryside.
An easy walk with no livestock to worry about and just one path through the bracken. Ideal for a quiet stroll with the dog in a little-frequented beauty spot.
Historic dog walkies, river paddling for hot dogs, free parking and several choices for getting take-away refreshments or a dog-friendly pub in the village centre.