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Completely wonderful day out here for dogs, kids, and absolutely everyone in need of fresh air and open space.
A cosy little cafe in the heart of historic Evesham. The cakes are outstanding! Dogs get a good welcome here, and it's lovely to find a cafe like this one.
You start with an unrivalled view of 16 counties, the dog can go nuts on the many paths, and then there's the very lovely Morris and Brown cafe to come back to. Perfect!
This is a lovely 5 mile / 2 hour walk - ideal for a visit to Broadway as there's plenty to do and see after your walk too. The walk has around 9 stiles, mostly quite easy for dogs to manage.
A charming black-and-white timbered Grade II listed, 16th century country inn with a friendly welcome for drivers and dogs.
Absolutely gorgeous place for a sunny day stroll along the River Avon. It's the perfect stress-buster if you've been sitting in the car for too long.
A fabulous dog walk on the Cotswolds Way for people and dogs, and then a fine inn to return to. The walk has no stiles or livestock.
An ideal place to take a driving break with the dog, or to make a special weekend walkies trip, or just to enjoy for no reason at all! This has to be one of Herefordshire's gems.
A dog-friendly fifteenth-century coaching inn on the banks of the river Teme, and nestled below a nature reserve with many footpaths.
This rather grand inn is just opposite the village pond in a postcard pretty Cotswold hamlet.
The real deal of a village pub, with a big welcome for dogs in the Public bar and outside at the comfy large tables. And the walk to a national centre for lavender is a delight.
A 16th century pub situated opposite to the grounds of Blenheim Palace and on the bank of the river Glyme. The garden is lovely in warm weather.
A friendly village pub with a great dog walk from the door, and not a million miles from from the A44 (if you really need the excuse).
Welcoming and hospitable dog-friendly pub that's close to the entrance to Blenheim Palace and park.
Pretty village with some lovely traditional cottages to admire, and a dog-friendly pub or large village green to sit on to enjoy a picnic.
Slightly under the radar dining pub, with dog-friendly rooms and a lovely snug where dogs are welcome to join you.
Dog-friendly throughout, it's so easy to imagine mail coaches and tired riders stopping here for a break from the road. Dog biscuits and dog beer available.
If the tourist crowds are overflowing from Broadway, this is a marvellous dog-friendly country inn to escape to! At first glance it seems to be part of an executive development.
Rural pub with tasty food, and a lovely dog walk. On a sunny day you won't do better than this.
Try and arrive here at lunchtime and enjoy a top class meal after your walk with the dog. This is no-messing good food, sourced locally and tasting joyful.
Well-hidden down a rural lane, just under 2 miles from the A44, this village pub is popular with those in the know. Expect a friendly welcome for you and the dog.
The name of this village makes it irresistible, surely? And it's a handy stopping point just off the A44 too. The pub is great, really friendly and relaxed.
Jem adored his walk here, on a section of the Oxfordshire Way. By the time we returned we were both smelling sweetly of Cow Parsley.
An ever-so easy stopping place off the A44 with a good off-lead dog walk and a pub with character, warmth and tasty food.
When we're driving into Wales, this is one of Jem's favourite places to stop. The building itself is a traditional Welsh longhouse, and the view from the garden is fantastic in sunny weather.
Rural dog-friendly inn with great food, and a warm and friendly atmosphere. The surrounding village is too cute for words, and the Merry Brook flows past the pub.
Just off the A44 and easy to find.
The small town of Chipping Norton makes a good journey break, with shops, a dog-friendly pub and an easy to find dog walk too.
This is our favourite stopping point on the way to and from Wales. It's got everything.
One of the oldest pubs in Wales, this started life as a 16th century drover's inn and still retains some local characteristcs such as the stone-flagged floors and an unusual terrace that seems to have...
Popular eating pub with a welcoming and friendly feel, and accommodation too. It's a bit in the middle of nowhere but perfect for a break off the A44.
This pretty little village on the river Arrow makes a lovely doggiestop. Dogs can cool down in the river, and there are several walk options from a short stroll to a 7-miler!
Non-residents are welcome to stop for a coffee, lunch or tea in this restful and welcoming family-run hotel. The walk's lovely and Jem really appreciated the dog water and shade in the garden.
On a dry day this little cafe is a real find, and a lovely place to sit down for a pot of tea and cake. There's a small shop with a selection of local produce, from jams and chutney to local cheese.
Evesham is perched on a bit of high ground inside a big loop of the River Avon. So with the inevitable delays getting over the bridges, traffic does build up at busy times.
A poipular dog-friendly pub and walk right at the south end of Warwickshire, and easy to find from the A44 near Moreton-in-Marsh.
First up, this ticks all the boxes for a great place to take a break with the dog. Dog-friendly inside, large garden outside, and a really good dog walk just across a stream.