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A short dog walk and a welcoming dog-friendly inn within easy reach of the M5 Junction 6. You'd never guess how close this rural village is to the motorway.
An 18th century pub with a relaxing garden. Lovely to sit out with the dog on a warm summer's day.
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.
Dog-friendly paradise for walks and dog-friendly refreshments and close to Maidstone for a weekend walkies, or just 2 miles from Junction 8 of the M20 and 2.
Junction 24.1 Sorigny, Montbazon
The Tourraine area has its own distinctive style of architecture, and it isn't instantly inviting. But the more you explore, the more charm you'll find in this quiet little village.
A short, flat walk along the canal, stopping off at Halberton Farm shop for fab treats and coffee, or even PYO!
Popular pub stop for walkers and cyclists on the Coast to Coast path, as well as very handy dog-friendly pub for drivers on the A66 near Threlkeld.
A rural dog walk and dog-friendly pub close to M2 Junction 5. The walk passes attractive timbered buildings showing the history here reaching deep into the Middle Ages.
The village here was created by John Corbett, a Midland industrialist who made a fortune here with a massive salt works.
Just the spot for a mooch with the pooch on a fine day when you get the views. And definitely a walk to get you in the holiday mood.
Short stroll with the dog and a dog-friendly upmarket dining pub in the Nadder Valley and close to the A303. The village was once called 'Stop', which is as good a reason to take break as any!
A quiet Kentish village with plenty of dog walking space, and a dog-friendly pub with camping. Less than 6 miles from the M2 Junction 6.