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Pleasant place for more than a dog walk, especially if you're travelling with a young family.
The start point for the dog walks is a handsome, if severe looking, Dales market town with an unusually large green.
Interesting, quiet and doggie-delightful woodland that's pawfect for dogs in need of an off-lead moment of madness. And just down the road is a friendly pub to restore driver mojo too.
Excellent combination of a dog-friendly gastro pub and a rural footpath hike. The town has seen a lot of historical action, and is thought by some to be the location of ancient Camelot.
Part of the doggietastic Hurt Forest, and there are lots of paths from the car park onto the heath.
Hylands Park has lots of good dog walks. You can do several different circuits, including around the Serpentine Lake & through the woods. There are two dog friendly cafés and both have free parking.
Relaxed country pub, surrounded by woodland walks and ideal for a potter with the pooch. The pub itself is a magnificent survivor from the 14th century, and an absolute treat to visit.
Oh my oh my - this is the cutest of villages, and the number of footpaths criss-crossing to get here shows that pilgrims and travellers have been heading this way for centuries.
Easy dog walk from a traditional Kentish village pub. Follow paths through orchards and crops in this corner of the garden of England.
Lovely country pub with a grand view of Bodiam Castle from the beer garden. Dog-friendly and with an easy walk from the door.
This thirteenth-century dog-friendly inn close to Junction 8 of the M20 is really something special.
Not far from the A1 if you're heading West, the market town of Masham is a handy place for a doggiestop and refreshments.