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This walk follows the course of a river, and ducks underneath the M6 to emerge at the site of an ancient motte and bailey fortress in the middle of the water.
Fantastic walk along the river bank, with a lovely dog-friendly hotel bar to return to.
A handy 2-mile (35 mins) circular dog walk on tidy grassland that keeps dogs reasonably clean in all weathers.
A rural walk over the fields before returning to the village pub, where solicitors rub shoulders with shepherds - and dogs get a good welcome too.
Big open space for dogs to stretch their legs. Just pawfect for letting the dog have a really good run before you go to take a look at the pretty and historic county town of Warwick.
A fully rural circular walk here on Public Footpaths across fields, up and down dales, and highly enjoyable.
This is a delightfully rural canal side walk, even though the roar of the traffic on the M6 motorway is never far away.
This is a lovely 17th Century coaching inn with open fires either end of the lounge bar in which you can enjoy good home cooked food and a fine selection of ales and beers
A really good family and dogstop less than 2 miles from the M40. Jem got a lovely welcome here, and we all enjoyed the walk.
Genuinely nice and dog-friendly inn with plenty of history behind it. We thought the meals were great value, and definitely recommend their Fish Fridays. Easy to get to from the M6/20 and the A56 too
Dogs will enjoy the mix of fields and river path on this very rural footpath.
There's plenty to see on this dog walk in the wooded grounds of two ruined husks of former aristocratic glory. Both belonged to Bess of Hardwick, a very material girl indeed.
There isn't a castle but legend says that this was the site of Arthur's Camelot. Whether this is true or not it is the site of an iron age hill fort.
Dogs will love the scents to be found in this old wood, and the sense of otherworldness found under the dappled light of these ancient trees will delight the imaginative.
This is a fine all-weather walk on a hard surface path around the lake, with easy access for buggies and wheelchair users.
A 'there and back' walk along the riverside, through lush green fields - a delight for City dog paws.
Very easy to get to from the M42, and a nice dog-friendly pub - but the walk is almost non-existent. On the other hand, if you've been stuck in traffic this could well be a useful doggiestop.
Lovely off-lead easy dog walk from a new-style community pub that's also a cafe. This is a relaxing place to break a journey. It's sooo close to the M40 junction but you'd never know it.
This dog walk is on footpaths through flower-strewn meadows and farmland. It's a good doggiestop on your journey. On the A64, and close to the A1 Junction 45.
There's a definite northerly feel to the air up here, and even in summer this walk on Public Footpaths feels cool - if not chilly. Dog swimming is possible in the stream at the foot of the hill.
Dogs will love the chance to run off-lead on this 'there and back' footpath walk through fields. The pub welcomes well-behaved dogs, and has plenty of seating inside and out.
A large, friendly village pub backing onto the Grand Western Canal. Absolutely great for dogs, kids and walkers.
Relaxing homely bar area with sofas and a fabulous view over the Severn estuary and Wales. Can get crowded at busy travel times.
Clean and well-kept dog-friendly village inn within easy reach of the M45, the M1 and the A5 but you'd never know how close these major roads are.
This is a dog walk that does exactly what it says on the tin: one path that winds through an avenue of rhododendron bushes, there and back. And the dog-friendly pub is a treat.
Easy to find dog-friendly pub - and the walk starts directly from the car park. Perfect!
Handy and dog-friendly pub for a walk by the canal, or just a pleasant place to sit in the beer garden and watch the boats go by. Close to the M42 and the M40.
A friendly, welcoming pub next to a fabulous ancient forest where dogs can go nuts in the trees.
The pub here is a 16th Century building with beams, open fires and a touch of old England.
A choice of paths here, either along the canal or the river. There's more to see on the canal route, and the path is in good condition.
A big open walk on the River Trent plain, and a grand opportunity for doggie socialising. It's popular with local dog-walkers and there's no chance of getting lost.
A lovely dog walk over fields and community woodland that has lots of options to vary the length.
A cool walk alongside a river, with a dog-friendly pub at the start/finish of the walk.
Laxton is reputed to be the only village left in England that still maintains the 'rotating' medieval field system.
Very easy to follow circular dog walk on a Public Footpath around a reservoir, with fields and an old railway line too. The walks is a good one - and the pub is again dog-friendly.
Bit of an exciting break off the A39, and great if you need some space. It's quite a fairly remote sand and shingle beach with no dog restrictions all year.
Easy linear walk that's doggie-pawfect. Dogs are welcome in the pub garden here, and dog water bowls are provided.
A walk over fields on a public footpath.
As well as a dog-welcoming pub with very tasty food, this village walk has the advantage of being completely stile and livestock-free.
Easy to find pub, close to the start of a dog walk.
An enchanting aromatic garden surrounds this pretty dining pub, and the entrance absolutely has the gardening wow factor.
Close to the A38 and a good stopping point just after Exeter. A truly atmospheric inn dating back to the 13th century.
I'd call this a 'modern coaching inn' as it ticks all the boxes for dogs and motorists on the move.
Picture perfect thatched inn set in a traditional Devon village. The pub interior is absolutely magical.
Great for dogs all year round. Dunes, sea, loads and loads of space - just great! Please be good about keeping your dog under control and picking up the poo, because ...
There's a choice of two water walks in this sleepy village, both quiet and tranquil. There are a couple of small shops in the village for picnic supplies, and the Bell is dog-friendly in the bar.
The site offers a network of surfaced woodland trails and there are also fantastic off road links to the Teversal Trail Network, and on into Derbyshire and the Five Pits Trail.
A glorious dog walk along a towpath with the chance to watch narrowboats climbing the 21 closely placed locks of the 'Stairway to Heaven'. And a choice of dog-friendly places for refreshments.
Try and arrive at this dog-walk with an appetite, the dog-friendly pub serves excellent food and the walk doesn't disappoint either. The nearest large town is Bridgwater.
An exhilarating moorland walk that's marvellous for dog walking, and a well-heated pub with home cooking to warm up in afterwards.
Seafront pub/hotel with lots of space and a nice welcome for dogs on leads.
A small, warm and welcoming local pub with stone flagstones and roaring fires. After a day of walking in horizontal February sleet a visit here was the highlight of the day!
A village inn, with a big welcome. Friendly atmosphere, log fires, BBQ in summer, a big field for kids/dogs to charge around on.
This walks starts at one of the highest points in Bedfordshire, within the Chilterns' Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. There are stunning views over the county and the Sharpenhoe Clappers.
Nicely refurbished village pub. Dog friendly in the bar area, and it's smart and comfortable. Good outdoor seating area as well. Worth making a detour for.
Riverside path along the Wear with country views, and spectacular views of the Castle and Cathedral. 1.5 miles one way.
Wonderful little pub with a warm and friendly welcome, and good food.
Micro brewery / restaurant. Very dog friendly, Baillie was allowed to sit with us at the table and made very welcome. West is in the old Templeton Building on Glasgow Green.
Stunningly pretty and popular cove, with the coast path to let dogs flap their ears in the sea breezes.
Stunning countryside with loads and loads of paths. It's close to the M5 and the A49 and on a clear day this is hard to beat for a dog walk.
A sizeable fenced off convenient dog walking area very easy to reach and within the Strensham services.
Popular dining pub that's ideal for families and dogs, with plenty of space so you can really get comfortable. It seems laid back, but behind the scenes a fast-moving team makes things happen.
Close to both the A303 and the A34 we stumbled on this doggiestop while trying to find a dogwalk at the Sutton Scotney services on the A34.
Dog-friendly pub in the centre of a Dartmoor village, and with a good dog walk from the door. It seems incredible that this seemingly remote place is so close to the A30.
Close to the M40 Junction 9, this quaintly thatched pub makes a definite change from the motorway. Good dogs get biccies at the bar, and big bowls of fresh water are ready for visiting pooches.
An easy and relaxing dog walk through fields alongside the River Cam. I read somewhere that war poet Rupert Brooke and Virginia Woolf used to skinny dip in the river by moonlight.
Right on the A5 (Watling Street) carriage route between London and Chester this is an old canal-side pub that's been brought into the 21st century in some style.
Traditionally tiny Oxfordshire pub in the foothills of the Chilterns and literally moments away from the M40 Junction 6. An ideal place for a break from the motorway with refreshments and a dog walk.
An easy to navigate, interesting and varied walk along the towpaths of two canals.
A locals' favourite for dog walkers in the area and you'll find a choice of dog walks right from the car park. A relaxed country atmosphere.
Close to both the M20 and the A28 this is a reliable all-weather doggiestop with a dog walk partly on a hard-surface.
Seconds away from the Devon Expressway you won't lose journey time by taking a dog walk break here. The inn is about 200 years old, with open fires, oak beams and a relaxing atmosphere.
A former stage coach inn, dog-friendly and welcoming. It dates from the 16th century and must have seen all sorts of shenanigans in its time. Today this is a fine spot for a driving break.
By-passed by the A14 this dog-friendly pub is a bit of a forgotten coaching inn on the old road. Not a bad thing at all, or it would probably be a Premier Inn by now.
17th century dog-friendly pub with a modern feel, and a fabulous location. In summer you can sit on the grass watching canal boats go by, and in winter there are several fires and woodburners.
This is excellent dog walking on common land north of Rickmansworth with plenty of space for the travel-weary dog to spread his paws and fly into the bracken. And the pub is dog-friendly.
Welcoming Devon country pub, with a lovely riverside walk starting nearby.
There's a choice of two walks here, one along the banks of the Thames and the other through a nature reserve. Both walks pass a civilised pub where you'll find decent coffee and good service.
A traditional thatched village pub that we'd describe as the full rustique, except the pub itself isn't remotely pretentious. A truly unspoiled country pub with a fine dog walk from the door.
Fabulously dog-friendly pub, with a light and airy interior and very welcoming team. Dog-friendly rooms available, and a choice of walkies from the door. And Jem loved their special doggie menu.
A one-room locals' pub, with the WCs across the road! Dog-friendly and generally welcoming.
A great place to stop and take a break from the A39 if your passengers like a dog-friendly beach, a grassy walk, a dog-friendly pub and a shop as well if you just want a snack. What more do you need?
17th century pub, steeped in history and perfectly placed for either the beach or a strenuous uphill yomp. The location is wonderful, and fabulous at any time of the year.
An easy 4 mile dog walk, starting from the very atmospheric ruins of Kenilworth Castle.
Splendid dog day out with a visit to this ruined castle with a past full of bravery and derring do.
Canalside, rural pub with restaurant. The pub has covered and uncovered patio and garden seating areas as well as inside seating. Pub dog (in kennel) is a huge white Bear.
Excellent combination of a dog-friendly gastro pub and a rural footpath hike. The town has seen a lot of historical action, and is thought by some to be the location of ancient Camelot.
A really delightful woodland walk for the dog, and then afterwards the nearby dog-friendly pub is welcoming and friendly.
What country pubs are all about - a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, good food to suit what you feel like eating, and topped off with a great dog walk from the door.
Traditional timbered dog-friendly pub, in the heart of a typical Warwickshire village.
An outstandingly attractive village, nestled in the Hambleden Valley and a total delight to discover with the dog. In the land of pretty villages, this is one of the very best.
Less than 4 miles from the motorway, and this part of the Rhymney Valley feels like a different planet.
Dogs are welcome here - it's a massive, long sandy beach.
Large park area with woodland and river. Just need to be aware of the Swans on one part of the river but you can walk your dog(s) in a circular route all off lead. Watch for picnicer's in summer.
A circular walk through woodland where dogs can sniff and chase to their hearts' content. The start point is a popular pub with plenty of space for everyone.
There's a choice of walks in this historic village, and an excellent pub too.
Handy combo of dog walk, dog-friendly pub, tea rooms and just a few miles from the A14.
Thwaites pub with dining. Very dog friendly; treats on the bar and water bowls available.
Beautiful, traditional pub, on the outskirts of Sidmouth. Lovely carvery served lunchtimes and evenings every day. Dogs are allowed in the bar area. Plenty of room if you want to eat.
Big thatched dog-friendly pub with a welcoming woodburner in winter, and a huge garden for warmer days.
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