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Much-loved country park with designated dog walking area, space for horse riders and lots of nature projects to inspire and entertain.
A handy doggiestop for when you need a few shops, somewhere to eat and an easy off-lead walk for lively dogs. About 2 miles from the M1 Jct 13.
A really good walk for dogs and very easy to get to from the A5 for a quick driving break.
A 16th century country pub right on the route of a fabulous walking path, close to the M40 and with a steam railway to admire too.
This is the pub that the Prancing Pony in Lord of the Rings is said to be based on. A regular stopping point for Tolkien on his regular journey between Oxford and Birmingham.
Popular, busy and good-natured country inn that's a restored and much improved railway pub. Heritage railway buffs will adore this one, and the dog won't miss out either.
A Vintage Inns establishment, nicely placed on a corner within reach of the Brampton Valley Way. It seems popular with families and it's the standard Vintage menu.
Woodland wonderland where drivers and dogs can truly relax and de-stress. The paths are well-tended and easy to follow, and the aroma of earth and trees after a shower is fabulous.
Sun-kissed Cotswold stone and a picture perfect dog-friendly coaching inn makes this tiny village a lovely spot to take a break.
Dog happiness guaranteed here, with lots of different walk routes to choose from. And the dog-friendly pub serves up some tastiness too.
Rural community with access to really good dog walks. The farm shop opposite the pub is outstanding and we thought this was a wonderful discovery for a doggiestop.
A canalside pub that would have been a stopping point for barges hauling limestone. Now it's a relaxed and friendly tavern where walkers and dogs and welcome.