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Recommended by Carole and Jack who say 'A friend organises an annual dog walkers' Christmas brunch here and on our lunchtime visit, wet and bedraggled, we all received a warm welcome.
A quiet piece of woodland with forest tracks. Ideal dog walking, and no stiles within the wood.
People and dog-friendly pub, offering a wide range of home-cooked food (inc. lots of veggie options) and a lovely garden. Also live music especially in the summer.
Popular and busy village 'local' with paths and a village green for a dog to have a bounce and snuffle. The village is just off the Fosse Way (A429).
Dogs allowed on this sandy beach all year round - probably because you need to walk there, which the dog will adore!
Lovely woodland for dogs, and also the remains of an Abbey. There's about 200 hectares of wood and hidden in there somewhere are old chalk pits and evidence of a Bronze Age settlement.
Dogs allowed on the beach here all year round, and there's good walking on the coastal path 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.
Very popular dog walking spot, and a great place for quality dog time. Useful for a safe off-lead dog walk not far away from the A39.
Handy dog-friendly pub for dog walks in nearby White Horse country park, and longer treks across the Downs.
A dog-friendly coaching inn with meal deals and special offers. It's a building with a lot of history, and comfortably brought up to date.
Walk through an enchanting bluebell wood, and then enjoy a visit to a traditionally tiny Oxfordshire pub - with a dog under nearly all the tables! ...