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No stiles, no hills and no map needed for this dog walk on a reclaimed railway line, once part of the North Staffs branch line. It's a varied and scenic route, and lovely on a quiet day.
Small locals pub in a village with much charm of the black-and-white Tudor type.
A tiny hamlet by a stream in the middle of nowhere. Sounds perfect for a moment of road-free relaxation and frolicking space for dogs.
Wonderful dog walking here, with a carpet of bluebells in Spring and lots of pretty butterflies too.
With a pub named after the lord of the manor this village is a lovely relic of days gone by. Dogs get a good welcome here.
National Trust property - so dog restrictions and no entry to house etc. Best to park at the Holt car park (not the main car park) and then you can walk near lakes and away from the restricted areas.
A safe and livestock-free woodland walk with plenty of space for dogs to enjoy country sniffs and smells.
Quiet woodland that's ideal for a dog walk. Can be muddy in wet weather, making it dogs' delight!
Easy to follow dog walkies route that's perfect for a short stroll on a hot day. It's just a few miles off the A442.
This is a village with an ancient past, and easily missed by drivers on the busy A38.
Traditional inn - dating back to the 17th century - with modern facilities and comforts! Several dog-friendly rooms, and well-behaved dogs on leads also welcome in the bar.
Family-run pub with a couple of dog-friendly tables in the bar, and a pleasant outdoor patio for warm evenings. Easy to reach from the A435.