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Perched high on a hill overlooking the lavender fields is this utterly charming and picturesque medieval walled citadel.
Wow - crisp air, big views and dogs' delight.
A riverside path with access to the river for doggie swimming and an easy no-fuss walk just off the A66.
A fully accessible dog walk with free parking. It's a long forgotten railway line that's now a popular dog-walking path.
Perfect opportunity to take a walk with the dog in really pretty woodland, and with the added attraction of the foundations of an ancient fortress.
When you really need a cream tea, and a short stroll with the dog, a dog-friendly tea room set in heritage surroundings is the only place to be.
Dog-friendly hotel with marvellous views and outside waterside terrace. Just sit by the water and watch the yachts ahead and the ever-changing clouds over the hills on the mainland.
Pretty 16th century inn, very close to excellent dog walking country and they also have dog-friendly B&B rooms if you can't bear to leave. Very easy to reach from the A386 Tavistock Road.
A dog-friendly dining pub that's been lovingly brought back to life by a man with a passion for great food and service. And a great dog walk too!
A pub with quite a sense of humour, and great for families and dogs.
Only a couple of miles from the M3, dogs will enjoy the walks here. The dog-friendly pub is a very welcoming stop on your journey through Hampshire.
An interesting dog-friendly pub in a lovely village which was home to Victorian poet Robert Bridges. The area has a feeling of well-being and the countryside is beautiful.