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Very welcoming and dog-friendly pub in the centre of the village. And a dog walk that will delight canines who enjoy a water splash and swim.
Family-run pub with a couple of dog-friendly tables in the bar, and a pleasant outdoor patio for warm evenings. Easy to reach from the A435
Seconds away from the Devon Expressway you won't lose journey time by taking a dog walk break here. The inn is about 200 years old, with open fires, oak beams and a relaxing atmosphere.
This little island, just a few minutes ferry ride away from Oban is pretty much pawfect for dog walking, and it's a lovely day out too.
We were completely amazed by this little village, not just because of the fabulous 15th century chateau but mainly because of the very friendly people who live here.
Junction 7 Ondres
A golden sandy beach with no dog restrictions, and it goes on for miles and miles. Beach hounds don't get it any better than this.
The dog-friendly pub here appears almost like a mirage if you're walking across the fells on a misty day. And it's an ideal stopping point if you're travelling cross country.
Junction 13 Tours, St Maur
Châteauroux has some narrow and winding medieval streets around the old chateau (now a government building) where tanners and clothworkers once plied their trades, and at one point in the 12th...
This is simply fantastic and a beautifully scenic place to visit in the heart of Wales. It's all hills, woods and lakes here and amazing for walking.
Traditionally tiny Oxfordshire pub in the foothills of the Chilterns and literally moments away from the M40 Junction 6. An ideal place for a break from the motorway with refreshments and a dog walk.
Is this the perfect dog-walk? A vast expanse of common land for dog walking, together with a superb pub with an excellent local reputation for its food.
The sweetly named 'Daffodil Way' is a gentle dog walk through meadows and then fields.