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Junction 6 Perry Court Interchange
Dog-friendly and welcoming 14th century village inn, with a dog walk. Nearby you'll find some fantastical and dog-friendly gardens open to the public on Wednesdays and Sundays.
The first thing to notice about this village is the enormous village green. And then, lurking beyond the green are the ruins of an old castle.
This is one for the rail enthusiasts, as well as the dog. It's a good long walk for pretty much as long as you can manage. And the pub has some interesting old photographs of steaming trains.
Stylish, modern and dog-friendly inn, set amongst the ruins of a medieval priory and part of the Akebar Park holiday complex. Family and dog-friendly.
Family-run country inn and eating house, with everything in place for a pawfect doggie-stop on your journey. A genuinely welcoming establishment. And Jem gave the dog walk a good review too.
Safe off-lead dog walk in woodland with firm paths and free parking. Ideal for mid-journey walkies without getting completely muddy.
Very pretty riverside refreshments and an easy walk beside the Thames. The historic town is worth a bit of an explore if you have time.
A brisk trot up to the Ridgeway and then refreshments in a 17th century dog-friendly inn.
Pooch-perfect pub surrounded by walks and countryside delights. If you need your optimism tank topping up, come and take a walk here.
A walk with the dog along timeless stone-walled tracks, through fields rich in wild-flowers and the gentle hum of busy insects.
A short dog walk in a village that seems really quiet. In earlier days working mines would have shattered the peace.
Traditional village pub with a fine welcome for dogs, and a walk starting pretty much from the front door.