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Heath land and woods great for free running.
This is a forest of varying walks for all levels of dog walker.
Apart from a dog walk and a lovely pub, be prepared for a full on cute attack here. Views, walkies, overall loveliness - it's all here. Easy for an A350 doggiestop and not bad for the A303 as well.
A 13th century village that has starred in many a film, and is definitely worth making a short stop for on your journey. Or even as a day trip if you're based nearby.
Homely village pub close to the A350 and with a very easy dog walk starting very close to the car park. No stiles/livestock and ideal for the travel-weary pooch.
Easy to spot from the road, dogs and drivers will find refreshment here. It's a welcoming inn with a comfortable carpetted interior.
Easy to spot dog-friendly coaching inn on the A350 near Warminster.
Community owned, dog-friendly pub with unbelievable food. Worth driving out of your way for - and an easy-going stile-free walkies too.
A stunning piece of ancient history, as well as a great place for a dog walk not far from the A350. Perfect for families, dogs, history enthusiasts and anyone who loves a good view.
What a pretty place. The village is really pretty and the walk is a doggy delight. There is so much to enjoy and the pub offers a really warm welcome to people and dogs.
Pleasant countryside pub with B&B and dog walk just off the A350 on the way to Shaftesbury.
A happy rural pub with camping in summer, and close to the A350.
If you have never been to Lacock before, you may be surprised by how much you recognise. It has been the location for a number of TV series including Pride and Prejudice, Cranford and Downton Abbey.
Expect fine things at this Pub of the Year 2019/20 and do book ahead! Despite the accolades this is a grounded and welcoming pub and the farm shop is a treat if you're on the way to self-catering...
National Trust managed nature reserve, with connections to the writer Thomas Hardy. It's a magnificent walk high up on the Downs and a total delight and the dog will be delighted.
Best described as a 2-mile pit-stop for the dog with a top-class view and easy walking.
We love this combo of dog-friendly pub and the chance to head up to a really atmospheric ancient hill fort with the dog.
The chunky stone in the photo marks the spot where, possibly, the English nation was formed.
A marvellous dog walk, with an astonishing historic earthwork to keep kids of all ages guessing who built it, and why.
A long straight forest path is an easy dog walk. But you can find all sorts of natural treasures on either side of the path.
Short but sweet walk through ancient woodlands on the edge of Salisbury Plain.