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A beautiful walk in the New Forest, the forest trail is clearly marked and is a 2.5 mile circuit of the woods. Plenty of free car parking and toilets.
Country park with plenty of wildlife interest, lake and marshy swamps. Jem loved it here, and there are lots of people with dogs.
Well off the beaten track, and possibly the most unspoiled pub in the county. If it's friendly rural authenticity you're after, here it is.
A totally wonderful place to come with your dog. There are walks all over the headland and when you get to the beach dogs are allowed there all year. And the cafe is dog-friendly too.
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.
In an area a bit crowded with ruined abbeys, this one is wilder and far less curated than its more famous neighbours. You'll find seats in picturesque nooks, and a very tranquil atmosphere.
Highgate Common is a popular dog-walking place, and with 8 car parks giving access to different parts of the common you should find a good place for your dog.
Tree walk with safe enclosre
A 16th century dog friendly freehouse with a roaring log fire in winter, and a relaxed 'smart rustic' atmosphere.
A peaceful nature reserve where you can relax and enjoy the sounds of birdsong and chirruping insects. It's very handy for a doggie comfort break.
Relaxed and friendly pub where you and the dog will be made welcome straight away. This is a family-run inn, with meals at realistic prices and a refreshingly straightforward approach.
Dog-friendly pub close to some good dog walks on Blean Common.