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If you've not explored much of Essex, this almost secret countryside is well worth a visit. The dog walk here crosses the River Stort, a very unspoiled waterway that rises and ends entirely in Essex.
Close to the A12 for a driving break without faffing too much around to get there. And a straightforward dog walk over fields that's lovely on a dry day.
Very pleasant village pub with a superb welcome for children and dogs. The garden was lovely when we were here.
It's hard to believe, but this country inn has been providing hospitality to travellers since the 17th century. Dogs are welcomed, and the food tasty.
The dog-friendly pub here has survived against all the odds after the community bought it and rescued their local. Hats off to them, and here's hoping they can survive the pandemic challenges.
Dog-friendly and welcoming 14th century inn with a church next door built from building materials used by the Romans.
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.
A country pub on the very edge of Exmoor. This part of the moor is stunning and dogs will love exploring the countryside as well as looking forward to the chance to rest in the dog-friendly bedrooms.
Friendly and welcoming tea rooms where dogs are welcome. They also serve breakfasts.
Welcoming dog-friendly cafe with some wonderful cakes, and close to the shops and facilities.
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.
Dog-friendly inn with B&B rooms, right on the waterfront and just right for a long dog walk on the beach. Easy to find from the A39 and a good place for a journey break or weekend treat.