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The dog walk starts near what seems to be a Rapunzel tower. Kids of all ages can climb up the narrow stairs and get a lovely view of the river.
A chance to take a break at an historic thatched pub, and take a walk with the pooch on the ancient Icknield Way.
A simple linear dog walk on a track with hedgerows bursting with wildlife and wild flowers.
Just north of Basingstoke, this is a good doggiestop with an off-lead walk and pleasant village pub. If you're out for the day, the walk extends to Watership Down.
A walk here that Fido will love, with Red Kites wheeling above making their characteristic mewling calls. Less than 5 miles from Junction 4 and 5 on the M40
A short dog walk in a village that seems really quiet. In earlier days working mines would have shattered the peace.
A tiny hamlet by a stream in the middle of nowhere. Sounds perfect for a moment of road-free relaxation and frolicking space for Fifi and Fido.
Part of the charm of the pub is their easy-access car park. So if you're getting used to driving a motorhome this is a hassle-free place to stop.
Take a step back in time to this welcoming rural pub. Dogs, children, campers, motorhomes are all well looked after here, and you can even release your pigeons too!
Doggietastic little village at the end of a no-through-road and with a choice of dog-friendly pub or cafe, and an idyllic walk with the dog.
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.
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.