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This charming 17th century pub close to Henley on Thames is certainly off the beaten track. Dogs and visitors get a warm welcome.
Easy to reach from the A44 and the A361. Lovely walk on the Oxfordshire Way bridleway, which is great as there are no stiles to heave large dogs over.
A gentle stroll to an obelisk celebrating the Duke of Wellington and woodland trails. Perfect for dogs and families.
Very much in the middle of nowhere, and yet you may have to detour via the old road over Dartmoor to avoid holiday traffic on the A30.
An 18th century pub with a relaxing garden. Lovely to sit out with the dog on a warm summer's day.
A smugglers' hideaway, and dogs are allowed all year round.
Known locally as The Cults this former World War 2 airfield is a perfect hardcore area to walk dogs. Access is off the A75 on the road to New Luce.
Popular dog-friendly pub, with camping and lots of good dog walks from the door.
A very handy dogstop between Swindon and Oxford within a mile of the A420. Food served all day at the inn and the walk is an easy one to follow.
Part of the Loch Ryan Coastal path. Park car down small lane off A77 and head north towards Cairnryan. Trail follows stoney beach following the path of the old railway line and wagon yard.
One of the youngest country parks this is a favourite with local dog walkers, Apedale was once an opencast mine and has now been returned to nature.
This is a dog walk for the early-birds as the pub serves a good value 'all you can eat' breakfast from 8am!