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A popular dog walking venue, with loads of running space and facilities for people. Dog-friendly pubs within easy reach too. So whatever dogstop you're looking for, this should fit the bill.
When the lakes at Earlswood were created to top up the canal system, a few enterprising souls realised that Earlswood had tourist potential.
This rather grand inn is just opposite the village pond in a postcard pretty Cotswold hamlet.
A successful combo of fine dining, Sunday roasts, and a dog-friendly bar plus the dog walk from the doorstep make this a winner for those of us who can't bear to leave the dog out of a celebration.
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.
Traditional pub with a garden for hearty pub fare and real ale, plus a campsite. Really close to the M20 Jct 11. Friendly people, and it's also very close to channel crossing points.
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 35 Saintes, Angouleme
This is a hugely attractive town with Roman ruins, artisan shops, a great choice of restaurants and a doggie perfect riverside walkies all within a few minutes walk of the car park.
Junction 33 Niort Sud, Frontenay
A forest walk with any number of paths to explore. You’ll also find plenty of facilities in the nearby town of Beavoir-sur-Niort, and the 15th century windmill just off the D1 is a delight.
Popular dog-friendly village pub that's just about always open from breakfast time on.
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...