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Only 2 miles off the A1, an ideal place to walk the dogs with a variety of walks on paths. Lots of off lead areas and the River Derwent for a doggie cool down.
Great National Trust park with miles of walking. Lack of dog poo bins is a slight downside. Variety of areas: Lake side (water front); park; hills. Nice view of the castle.
Easy access dog walk around a lake on a hard-surface path. Plenty of park benches and picnic tables.
Dogs on leads are welcome here, in the first defensive fort built by the Romans as they landed on British shores in the year 43.
The village here was created by John Corbett, a Midland industrialist who made a fortune here with a massive salt works.
Dog-friendly village pub with dog-walks all around.
A Riverside walk with beautiful views, industrial archaeology. Cafe and/or great ice creams.
We set off from our pub base in Wells to find the sea and walked to Holkham Estate and back across the endless sands and dunes.
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.
This is a dog walk for the early-birds as the pub serves a good value 'all you can eat' breakfast from 8am!
Dogs are allowed throughout the pub and dining areas, with huge dog biscuits handed out on arrival. In the warmer months there are several outdoor areas to enjoy, with plenty of water bowls available.
A lovely expanse of heathland which is great for dogs.