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Lovely Italian flavours here, and there's a woodland walk which starts from opposite the pub. If this isn't dog and driver delight, Jem despairs!
An attractive park that's a good place to stop for a break not just for the dog, but also for passengers of all ages.
Country pub with a warm and friendly atmosphere, and an appetite rousing aroma of good food.
If you're just totally fed up with driving and need to get fresh air, and a lot of wide towpath for yourself and the dog - this is the dog-stop for you!
Perfect place for a dog walk - as long as your pooch isn't bothered by the whine of low-flying aircraft from the nearby Bristol airport.
This is an unusual pitstop from the A38 and will please not only dogs, but also travellers with an interest in medieval buildings and history.
Within a few miles of the A38, this dog-friendly pub serves tasty home made food with local beers (Dartmoor Jail Ale anyone?) and a fabulous dog walk starts from the front door. Nuff said.
A very handy dog walk to know about if you're staying on the east side of Loch Lomond. Jem loved this one, and so did we - even in the rain.
Junction 38 Le Vigen, Solignac
The atmospheric ruins of the Château Châlucet make a perfect dog walk and an interesting and varied break from driving, and are well worth a longer visit if you're staying in the area.
Junction 9 Gracay
This is a gastro-walk, and you'll need to leave the A20 at lunchtime to make the most of it! The restaurant is opposite an 11th century church with an improbably twisted spire and charming gardens.
The splendid Château Royal de Durtal completely dominates the Loir river and dates back to the 11th century when it was the stronghold of Fulk the Black.
Junction 45 Tulle, Vigeois
This ancient walled medieval town is ideal for a short break from driving.