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A 400 year old inn, in a pretty village - and a good place for a break if the M4 is losing its charm. It's also less than 5 miles from the M48 and the M5.
Larger than it seems to be at first, this is one of Jem's favourites. There's woodland, a stream, a big play area for children - and lots of space.
This is dog walking country at its best, through woodland full of the sounds of nature and undisturned wildlife simply getting on with it.
This walk twists around sculptures in an outdoor art gallery, which is far from the manicured lawn scenario you might expect.
A shorter walk than the ones starting from the tourist centre, but you still get the thrill of standing almost underneath the water and the woodland practically to yourself.
Part of the doggietastic Hurt Forest, and there are lots of paths from the car park onto the heath.
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.
Very tucked away and worth making the effort to seek out. Especially if you're travelling with family and the dog.
Traditional, dog-friendly and unpretentious village inn with a good off-lead dog walk.
An easy break from the A35, with a very straightforward dog walk route and an award-winning historic pub with plenty of parking.
Over 18s and dogs all welcome at the pub, and loads of off-lead doggie dashing space in the forest before or afterwards.
Pleasant place for more than a dog walk, especially if you're travelling with a young family.