The Peak District has some of the most picturesque views in England, and there are many wonderful dog walks, and plenty of them with a dog friendly pub along the way. Take advantage of the pet friendly accommodation in Derbyshire, and the wildlife rich countryside.

You’ll find plenty of dogs and owners spending the afternoon wandering around the grounds of the historic stately home Chatsworth House. Set in an expansive parkland, backed by woodland, dogs are very welcome, as long as they are kept on a lead.

Dogs are also welcome to join you on the tram at Crich Tramway Museum, and the Woodland Walk & Sculpture Trail is a family friendly walk with views across the Derwent Valley. The Red Lion pub, part of the museum’s recreated street scene, is always happy with doggy visitors.

A walk down from Monsal Head down to Monsal Dale will give your furry friend plenty of space to run free, and The Stables Bar back up at Monsal Head is there for food and drink after a good walk and run.

Bakewell has a number of dog welcoming cafes and pubs, and on a Monday has the largest market in the Derbyshire Dales. And do not forget The Old Original Bakewell Pudding Shop!

For dogs that love to be able to run free, Grinlow Woods in Buxton will certainly allow yours to let off some steam. Then a 20 minute walk to the summit of Grin Hill, to see the late 19th century folly, Solomon’s Temple. Take a break to enjoy the spectacular views across the High Peak.

To find out more about our pet friendly accommodation in Castleton and Derbyshire, contact us today.

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