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An outstandingly attractive village, nestled in the Hambleden Valley and a total delight to discover with the dog. In the land of pretty villages, this is one of the very best.
One of Jem's top swimming spots and pubs in the White Peak. The short walk is perfect for working up an appetite and is a very easy route to follow.
Seriously old and dog-friendly pub, with rustic charm and friendly atmosphere. It's in the Vale of Evesham, so you'll find good locally-sourced food.
This is a quiet and atmospheric circular woodland dog walk in a nature reserve that is a haven of meditative calm. And then it's a very short drive to a warm and welcoming dog-friendly inn.
Pawfectly placed dog-friendly pub with a 300 acre playground for city pooches. This is a great outing for families, dogs and it's fully accessible.
The dog walk starts in a pretty Yorkshire village, and follows part of the Knaresborough Round footpath route. Dogs are welcome outside the cheery village pub, and good quality food is available.
Delightful country inn with a dog-walk from the door. We stopped for lunch and were enormously tempted to stay for much longer and see more of the area!
Beautiful 18th century pub where children and dogs are welcome. Large garden. If you're travelling on the M2 or the M20, it's easy to take a short woodland walk before or after coming here.
A black-and-white timbered Tudor pub set in a tiny village will give you a taste of the ‘full rustic’.
Warm and extremely welcoming dog-friendly pub. We called in on a mid-week lunchtime and found a busy and thriving atmosphere. For a village inn, this one definitely punches above its weight.
Roaring log fires in winter, and wall-to-wall dogs - this is the place to live the canine dream!
Large and popular 1,400 acre country park just off the A3. There are plenty of facilities to satisfy everyone, off-lead dog walking can be restricted in some areas as there are sheep and deer.