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A rather comfortable country inn within a 15 minute walk of the coast path, and several National Trust attractions too.
This charming 17th century pub close to Henley on Thames is certainly off the beaten track. Dogs and visitors get a warm welcome.
Pure escapism with the dog, and a fantastic view over the sea towards the Lake District. Quiet and unforgettable place.
An 18th century pub with a relaxing garden. Lovely to sit out with the dog on a warm summer's day.
A very handy dogstop between Swindon and Oxford within a mile of the A420. Food served all day at the inn and the walk is an easy one to follow.
A pub being brought back to life by new owners. Dog-friendly in the bar and some good fresh and tasty food going on.
Calm and gentle walking in 250 acres of a local nature reserve and park. Also a lovely dog-friendly cafe for after your walk.
This is a dog walk for the early-birds as the pub serves a good value 'all you can eat' breakfast from 8am!
Welcoming hotel in the centre of Ambleside with large bar and lounge area featuring a range of comfortable seating options from upright chairs to cosy sofas. perfect for relaxing after a long walk.
The village here was created by John Corbett, a Midland industrialist who made a fortune here with a massive salt works.
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.
The building here has all the wow factor you need, it's just stunning. Steeped in history, it's highly likely Shakespeare drank here - along with most of the taverns near Stratford.