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Very much dog-walking country, with two popular walking routes passing by the village. And two dog-friendly village pubs too.
Combination of a safe and tranquil park for dog walkers, and a fabulous museum that is a joy for kids of all ages to visit.
This is a fabulous dog walk on an ancient track that was once the pre-Roman highway between the Ivinghoe Beacon in Hertfordshire and far away Norfolk.
Welcoming dog-friendly village inn serving food just about all day. It's easy to spot, with a thatched roof and distinctive black and white timbers.
An alternative to motorway services, and somewhere useful to know about in case there's a serious delay on the motorway.
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.
Lovely pub with a dog walk, close to the M1 and also the A5 but you'd never guess this wasn't deep countryside. Family friendly and dog-friendly.
Friendly and welcoming village inn serving food that's a 'cut above' but not making a massive fuss about it. And dog-friendly, with a walk from the door. That'll do nicely.
A chance to take a break at an historic thatched pub, and take a walk with the pooch on the ancient Icknield Way.
Modern dining pub with some tables for diners with dogs. And a safe and easy dog walk close by. Very close to M1 J13 and less than 5 miles from J14 too.
Just over a mile away from the M1 J13 you're soon in a fine country pub with a dog walk nearby - and all set to enjoy a motorway break.
A dog-friendly and traditional village pub. Close to both the A5 and the M1 Junction 12 and 13. New owners are doing fine things here, and it's well worth a visit.
Country pub, right on the Grand Union canal towpath. Log fires in winter, and plenty of outside seating in summer.
A handy doggiestop for when you need a few shops, somewhere to eat and an easy off-lead walk for lively dogs. About 2 miles from the M1 Jct 13.
Relaxed and friendly country inn. Log fire in winter.
Close to the M1 Junction 13 and 14 this is a good off-lead dog walk, and the dog-friendly pub is just a few minutes drive away.
This dog-friendly haven is quite close to the Grand Union canal, and it's an old building. So a bit of a rarity in MK.
A sixteenth century thatched inn with easy access to a recreation path makes this a good spot for a relaxed moment out with the dog.
Dogs can run freely in this small survivor of a former royal hunting forest, where the ancient oak trees are known as 'druids'.
Refreshments in a popular old coaching inn with a dog walk from the door makes this a pawfect doggiestop. It's less than 5 miles from the M1 Junction 15 or the A428 and near Northampton.
To get a real feel for a traditional canal-side pub (but much cleaner!) this is the one to head for. Incredibly the pub has been run by the same family for over 150 years, which must be a record.
Such a pretty country pub, built in local stone over 300 years ago. It's a free house and everything a village pub should be, we think!
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.
Friendly and welcoming 16th century rural pub with tasty food near Althorpe. Definitely worth a stop for lunch if you're driving this way. Traditional in the very best sense of the word.
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.
A walk over fields on a public footpath.
Quieter side of the very popular Bradgate Park, and very popular with local dog walkers on weekday mornings in school term time.
Country park near Leicester, with woodland trails and a windmill. It's based around a traditional farm that was bequeathed to the council to use as a sort of outdoor heritage museum
A lovely woodland walk - dog safe for off lead walking, paths round the woods, mostly gravelled path round the outside or other paths for the more adventurous walker.
This is mainly a canal-side walk, with the early stages passing through fields on a Public Footpath.
One of the entrances to the National Forest is right in the middle of the Donington Park motorway services area with all the usual facilities.
As well as a dog-welcoming pub with very tasty food, this village walk has the advantage of being completely stile and livestock-free.
It would be impossible to guess that Tibshelf Services has immediate access to over 9 miles of countryside walking on the Five Pits Trail.
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.
A young country park that gets better every year as the trees and shrubs develop, and the lakes attract wildlife and water plants.
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.
Very handy family stop close to the M1 between Nottingham and Sheffield. Make sure you have your English Heritage card with you to avoid the parking charge.
This is a real crowd pleaser of a dog walk, with plenty to keep all your travellers happy.
Local Park, dogs allowed off lead, hard walking paths as well as grassed areas. Small cafe near to the Museum with outside seating. Dogs not allowed inside. Parking within the park.
Much more than 'just' a garden centre, this is 16 acres of absolute pleasure - and not just for garden enthusiasts.
This enclosed woodland is dogs' delight for local pooches, as it seems to be completely secure and fenced - ideal for lurchers and sight-hounds.
This is a large expanse of parkland, over 70 acres, and clearly a favourite with local dogwalkers from the Barnsley area.
This walk twists around sculptures in an outdoor art gallery, which is far from the manicured lawn scenario you might expect.
This easy-to-find park is a popular local dog walking place, and it's nice to watch the bobbing sails of dinghies on the way around the lake.
Just one mile from the motorway, a great place for dogs to have free running.
This park is absolutely vast, with over 1500 acres of woodland and parkland, and a working farm. And what dog could resist the opportunity to leave his mark against a tree planted by Capability Brown?
With more than 200 acres of woodland and formal gardens here, there are many options to choose from, all starting from the central courtyard.