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Great National Trust park with miles of walking. Lack of dog poo bins is a slight downside. Variety of areas: Lake side (water front); park; hills. Nice view of the castle.
Larger than it seems to be at first, this is one of Jem's favourites. There's woodland, a stream, a big play area for children - and lots of space.
Pawfect place for family dog walks. And the beach is dog-friendly so you can do a doggie surf 'n' turf right from the one car park.
Recently created countryside park with 65 acres of developing wildlife habitat and paths for all to enjoy.
An historic village with a characterful dog-friendly pub, small shops and tea shops, and an easy walk down to the coast and the S.W. Coast path.
This dog walk is on footpaths through flower-strewn meadows and farmland. It's a good doggiestop on your journey.
On the A64, and close to the A1 Junction 45.
Take the dog for a romp over the Clent Hills, and then reward yourself with a visit to a pub that's often described as a local treasure. Also close to the M42 Junction 1.
The riverside path here is some 2.5m wide with plenty of dog romping space and an abundance of wildlife. This is probably as close as it gets to Wind in the Willows land, a magical walk.
This dog walk is a fabulous chance to get a snapshot of rural Wiltshire life, and find out what you've been missing on the M4. And the dog-friendly pub is very award-winning.
Take a trip back in time to a traditional village green with a dog walk on a footpath through the grounds of the manor house, and then to the village pub.
A young country park that gets better every year as the trees and shrubs develop, and the lakes attract wildlife and water plants.
A relaxing stroll along the Oxford Canal through the Cherwell Valley, starting from a delightful Oxfordshire village. Hard to remember you're just 3 miles from the M40.