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Easy and relaxed dog walk.
A fabulous dog walk through woodland and around a scenic loch.
Typical surrey common with heath and woodland, gets very wet in winter, but there is a board walk. Pond to chase ducks or swim in (she's done both. Also bridleways so need to watch out for horses.
Popular dog-friendly riverside cafe on the Thames that's just perfect for people-watching and an enjoyable meal or snack. And a dog walk of course.
Stock up with picnic goodies, and then head for the hills on one of the three marked circular trails. A doggie day out with the woof factor.
London's 350 acre Hyde Park has plenty of associations with dogs.
As well as being a worthy walk in its own right, the forest is also ideal for giving not quite sea dogs a good paw-stretch before getting on the ferry to Lochaline.
A beautiful 18th Century Manor House set in acres of woodland and parkland in the heart of Sussex. The restaurant is open 7 days a week 9am - 11pm. Dogs are welcome in the lobby and bar area.
Beach and coastal path walk to Bembridge Ledge and back. The path is signed and easy to follow (just keep the sea to your left!)
Friendly, family run public house, welcomes dogs, owners have 2 dogs. Great food, and friendly locals and fantastic views from beer garden
Malvaux / Faverosse
This 'aire de repose' on the westbound side of the A31 is one of the best rest-stops for dogs and people, on a section of motorway that is otherwise pretty unenticing.
A forest walk towards a set of intriguing pre-historic cup and ringed rocks, which can really set the imagination going.