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Tiny village pub, wall to wall dogs, humour and tasty food.
Tudor (the real thing) inn now transformed into a stylish bar and restaurant, run by a very enthusiastic young team.
Much praised dog-friendly inn and dog walk in a charming Warwickshire village, just below the start of the Cotswold Hills.
This dog walk is close to Junction 7 and 8 of the M20. Stop here for a good length circular dog-walk, and an excellent and dog-welcoming inn with B&B to return to.
A bracing seafront dog walk awaits you here, on a deserted strip of coastland cut off from the town of Havant by a bypass and now almost completely given over to dog-walkers.
A truly enormous forest with 11,000 hectares for outdoor enthusiasts. People come here for the mountain biking, bird watching, and hiking.
This is a well looked after community nature reserve, and combines shaded woodland with open space that’s ideal for dogs.
Worcestershire is a county that seems to hide its fabulous woodland from visitors, and so the ancient oaks on this shortish circular walk may come as a surprise.
Fascinating contrast here with an ancient stone circle rubbing shoulders with a bio-mass power station - both visible from the footpath.
Right in the middle of a very cute village the dog-friendly Bell Inn is a great place for a dog walk followed by a pint and some good pub food.
If you're driving across the East side of France, this 'lost' village is a tranquil place to take a break. It's in a clearing of a vast forest and ideal for a picnic and time out.
The character of Ambleteuse is largely defined by its role in military history, and there’s a magnificent brooding ruin of a fortress on the stony beach.