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A short dog walk through a big chunk of local history, and with a good view from the top.
More of a hotel than a pub but you won't get a warmer, friendlier welcome anywhere else. The village is extraordinarily pretty and there are loads of great walks to enjoy in the area.
Deep in the heart of Exmoor, this pub is a great place to return to after an invigorating dog walk. It is a traditional country inn where everyone, both human and canine, is made to feel very welcome.
One of those happy beaches where dogs are welcome all year around. Couple that with a dog-friendly pub and you have an ideal spot for a day out with Fido.
A fine dog walk from the A183 near South Shields, and a guaranteed wake-up walk on a cold day.
Relaxed and welcoming eatery which will definitely appeal to foodies with their dogs. You'll find lots of dog walking opportunities as well as the routes we've described here.
Popular walk for local families and dogs, and an easy to find dog walk just off the A-road near Radstock. No stiles and suitable for little human legs too.
Easy to reach dog walk on the way to Lymington.
Absolutely in the middle of nowhere and just the place to go for silence and quality dog time. If you live nearby there are any number of paths to explore here.
An invigorating stroll with lots of water and views. Dogs need to be on lead between the start of March to the end of July each year to avoid disturbing ground-nesting birds.
An idyllic spot for a dog walk, and popular with local families and dog-owners. Expect conversation!
Easy going trail through woodland that was once part of the Castledurrow Estate. The 'castle' is now a stylish venue for weddings etc.