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A charming slice of Suffolk history here, with fine buildings built on the profits of the wool trade. If you visit the National Trust house then dogs have to be on leads because of the sheep.
An extremely charming village with a dog walk and stylish dog-friendly country pub.
Traditional dog-friendly Lake District pub with sturdy walls and a windbeaten roof. It's full of quiet country charm and well worth a visit.
A short but handy doggie pitstop in the grounds of an historic deer park. It's a pleasant spot for a picnic.
Well-placed for a break just off the A37 for a dog walk and a coffee, or meal on your journey.
A lovely woodland stroll beside a playful stream. Close to the A57 and ideal for a stress-free walkies with the dog.
Chatty locals make this village pub a cheerful place for a refreshments. Unusually two cottages were knocked together to create the pub in the 1960s, bit of a trend reversal there.
Hilltop village with a mix of practical and interesting shops, the dog-friendly pub with a popular pizza oven, and a traditional walk.
Dogs get a top class welcome at this large modern eatery on the Tarka Trail. The carvery is the big thing here, and enthusiasts come from miles around.
Peace and tranquility are waiting to be enjoyed on this lovely waterside walk. This is gentle walking and dogs will be delighted by the sights and smells of the towpath.
When Jem and I were here the hill was alive with the sound of happy barking. There's more to the hill than appears at first visit, and this walk is well worth exploring.
Highly likeable dog-friendly pub near the A271 and A21, with a friendly atmosphere and sensational views over to Beachy Head. The artist Turner apparently was inspired by the landscapes from here.