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A big open walk on the River Trent plain, and a grand opportunity for doggie socialising. It's popular with local dog-walkers and there's no chance of getting lost.
Lovely off-lead easy dog walk from a new-style community pub that's also a cafe. This is a relaxing place to break a journey. It's sooo close to the M40 junction but you'd never know it.
There's a definite northerly feel to the air up here, and even in summer this walk on Public Footpaths feels cool - if not chilly. Dog swimming is possible in the stream at the foot of the hill.
As well as a dog-welcoming pub with very tasty food, this village walk has the advantage of being completely stile and livestock-free.
Relaxing homely bar area with sofas and a fabulous view over the Severn estuary and Wales. Can get crowded at busy travel times.
Clean and well-kept dog-friendly village inn within easy reach of the M45, the M1 and the A5 but you'd never know how close these major roads are.
Close to the A38 and a good stopping point just after Exeter. A truly atmospheric inn dating back to the 13th century.
This historic village is a fantastic place for dogs, and kids of all ages from 4 to 94. The dunes and beach behind the massive castle are wide and spacious enough for the most energetic hound.
The site offers a network of surfaced woodland trails and there are also fantastic off road links to the Teversal Trail Network, and on into Derbyshire and the Five Pits Trail.
Splendid dog day out with a visit to this ruined castle with a past full of bravery and derring do.
This is a dog walk that does exactly what it says on the tin: one path that winds through an avenue of rhododendron bushes, there and back. And the dog-friendly pub is a treat.
A friendly, welcoming pub next to a fabulous ancient forest where dogs can go nuts in the trees.