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Charmingly rural 16th century inn, with a dog-walk from the door. Plenty of garden seating for fine days.
Handy for the M40 Junction 5 and 6. An unusual part of the county as the woodland here is owned either by the Forestry Commission or the National Trust. Excellent news for dog-walkers.
One of the fun things about finding the walks for Driving with Dogs is the chance to discover places like the 17th century thatched pub here.
Traditionally tiny Oxfordshire pub in the foothills of the Chilterns and literally moments away from the M40 Junction 6. An ideal place for a break from the motorway with refreshments and a dog walk.
A short country walk for the dog and then to a lovely old coaching inn which feels like a set ofromMidsomer Murders - in a good way. And dogs will appreciate the scamper space on the walk here.
The dog walk and pub here is in one of those calendar-worthy rural villages, and it has been featured more than once in the Midsomer Murders series. Dogs will enjoy the footpath walk here.
A friendly village pub where dogs and families are welcome. The 16th century building is on the main road so it couldn't be easier to find. Just a couple of miles from the M40 Jct 8.
A really good family and dogstop less than 2 miles from the M40. Jem got a lovely welcome here, and we all enjoyed the walk.
A family-run traditional inn with a dog walk pretty much straight from the car park. And roaring fires in cold weather.
The dog walk here is just over 5 miles from the M40 Junction 10. You'll find a massively old pub in the village with really good food, and dog friendly in bar.
What's not to like about a break in a pretty Oxfordshire village, with a short dog walk and a traditional dog-friendly pub? It's just 4 minutes from the M40 to rural charms.
Canal towpaths are lovely because there's no chance of getting lost on your walk. And this one starts from a dog-friendly pub that must have seen a good slice of canal action over the years.