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A well-placed dog-friendly pub on the A39, with outside tables for warmer days and plenty of space inside too. A useful pitstop for hungry people, not so great for dogs as there isn't a walk here.
Junction 51 Beacon Hill
Really close to the A14 Junction 51, this is a handy stop with the dog. There's plenty of off-lead stretching space, and dogs can sniff in a nice mix of grass and rougher wildflower banks.
Reliably dog-friendly Brunning and Price pub that has a dog walk almost from the door. Not far off the A34 for a doggiestop near Wilmslow.
Dogs allowed on the beach here all year round, and it's a grand place for doggie swimming.
Dogs welcome on the beach here - and the normal rules apply: on lead, and please pick up! Out of season you're likely to have the beach to yourself and other dog-walkers.
Junction 27 Neufchatel-Hardelot
A small but outstanding nature reserve where a mix of peat bog and sand form a unique environment in which native, but now rare, dragonflies, frogs and birds can find sanctuary.
An idyllic spot for a dog walk, and popular with local families and dog-owners. Expect conversation!
Short walk - but the big attraction here is the viewing rock. Apparently you can see lots of South Dublin and Wicklow, providing it's not raining which does limit the possibilities!
Junction 37 Narbonne
The walk here is perfectly placed to give everyone (and the dog) a leg-stretch on a purpose made leisure path.
The leafy glades of the Forest of Tournehem give welcome shade to walkers in summer and form a very effective natural umbrella on wet days.
The site of this village is perhaps one of the most poignant reminders of the way this region was practically laid waste during WW1.
We were expecting to find this pretty village to be surrounded by fields of lavender, and were looking forward to one of the most fragrant walk experiences ever.