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Handily placed for a doggiestop just west of Andover, you'll find a good off-lead dog walk here and dog-friendly accommodation too.
Good stop for families with a dog. More of a saunter than a dog walk, but if you have young kids on board this could be a lifeline to sanity.
Unbelievable little town, very close to the A64 and it's like a time warp back to the 1950s (or thereabouts). The dog-friendly hotel is a massive building with a big car park, and next to the river.
A Devil's Bridge, connections to Turner landscapes, and local and visiting dogs having a brilliant time in the water together. What a great place to take a break.
A short rural dog walk over fields to the river, with refreshments at a welcoming and dog-friendly 17th century coaching inn.
Even in mid-summer this dog walk route will take you and the pooch away from the crowds and into the refreshing calm of the banks of the River Eamont.
A delightful 17th century inn with easy access to walks and the River Wye for particularly hot dogs.
The story of the village here has plenty of drama – from sunken villages to ghosts. It is an outstandingly attractive area, and has been featured in the 'Coast' series on TV.
A 12th century inn in the heart of a pretty Wiltshire village close to the A303. Dogs are made to feel very welcome and there is plenty of paw stretching to enjoy.
A four centuries old inn where dogs are welcome and it's on the Sandstone Trail for a good dog walk. Watch out for vicious speed bumps on the approach road.
Said to be the second biggest open space in Essex there's plenty of space for dogs to go totally nuts and get really tired out. The routes have no stiles.
Right on the A5 (Watling Street) carriage route between London and Chester this is an old canal-side pub that's been brought into the 21st century in some style.