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An attractive village with a good dog walk and a well-preserved windmill to admire. Not too far from the A28.
Country pub with bags of Kentish charm, excellent Sausage and Mash, and a wonderful walk.
Atmospheric ruins of the abbey are perfect for a picnic break, short dog walk, or a ponder on the many and vaied saints of Wales.
A village with a massive bow-wow-wow factor as you enter.
A handy doggiestop for when you need a few shops, somewhere to eat and an easy off-lead walk for lively dogs. About 2 miles from the M1 Jct 13.
A charming and friendly pub tucked away in the Vale of the White Horse. The walk passes some interesting buildings on its way out to the countryside.
If you can plan to take a driving break near Abingdon when the sun is shining, head for this friendly and historic pub and enjoy a fabulous walk by the river.
An interesting dog-friendly pub in a lovely village which was home to Victorian poet Robert Bridges. The area has a feeling of well-being and the countryside is beautiful.
Absolutely perfect English picture-postcard village. The dog-friendly pub sits on the enormous village green, complete with village cricket pavilion and pitches.
If you're stressed out from driving, a short leg stretch on an easy to navigate bridleway is just the answer. While the dog takes care of the sniffing, this is a relaxing spot to get some headspace.
Traditional and friendly pub in a rural village within easy reach of the A43. This is a good place to stop if you prefer pub classics to trendy gastro.
Astonishingly historic dog-friendly inn. The building itself is a showstopper and this medieval town is pure delight.