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Well-hidden rural pub that made Jem happy from the start with a barrell of dog water at the entrance.
A summerhouse folly, an obelisk, beautiful woodland, sweeping views - less than a mile off the A41 near Tring this is a lovely pitstop for a leg-stretch.
An ideal spot for a dog walk, with no faffing around - just straight onto the Thames Path and you're set to walk for miles with no stiles, cows or roads to cross.
Pleasant dog walk over fields and woodland, and a dog-friendly village local for refreshments. Handy to know about if you're staying nearby, it's not near to any major roads.
You just can't beat a Beacon for dog walk with big views and a healthy dose of fresh air. This section of the South Downs Way is an absolute corker.
Good for family outings as well as walking the dog, there's plenty to do and see at this man-made lake and dam.
I'd like to commend the Rose & Crown , Romaldkirk near Barnard's Castle (of recent fame) for it's unusual level of dog friendliness.
Lovely old country inn, not far from Lyme Regis and surrounded by great dog walks.
A fun dog walk to the top of and around a beacon. It's the highest point in Exmoor and you can enjoy fabulous views from the top on a clear day. Or you may find yourself above the clouds as we did!
Dog-friendly old coaching inn, and a fine traditional market town with easy access to dog walks. Well worth planning a stop here when you're driving on the A65.
Dog-friendly beachside bar and cafe right on the seafront and perfect for a dog walk on the beach.
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.