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A traditional old country bar with a modern twist, a super inglenook fireplace and relaxed seating, with lots of character and corners to hide away.
The Tower Inn is a 14th century Inn, in an amazing historic setting. There's a beautiful walled garden, and summer garden menu. Altogether, a completely lovely pub.
If you're staying in La Rochelle this is a locals dog walk to a park that aims to mix the best of English parkland design with the practicalities of the Atlantic climate and strong winds.
An amazing piece of ancient forest that has somehow survived centuries of tree felling, housing development and road building. Popular with local dog walkers, but far from over-crowded.
A generously sized country park, with wide open spaces and woodland coppice. Hard surface paths for wheelchair access.
A fabulous dog walk through woodland and around a scenic loch.
Haigh Hall Country Park is large, and there's plenty of space for dog walkers. It's very popular with families during the school holidays. You can also get to this park from the M6.
Over 1,000 acres of green space for Londoners to re-oxygenate. The park is divided into different sections, and the most attractive for dogs is the Woodland Gardens area which runs down to the river.
Lovely paths with miles of different walks through wooded areas and the bluebell woods.
Popular park with lots of local dogs to make your pooch feel at home! This is a great place to take a break from the A38 because it takes no time to get there, and the facilities within the park are...
Stroll around 50 acres of diverse countryside, not massively exciting but the dog will be happy to escape the A40 if it's a bad traffic day. There are 2.5 km of paths which are fully accessible.
Dogs are welcome on Downderry beach all year round. The facilities are a short distance from the beach.