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Historic coaching inn with bags of atmosphere and a warm welcome for drivers and dogs.
A rural dog walk and dog-friendly pub close to M2 Junction 5. The walk passes attractive timbered buildings showing the history here reaching deep into the Middle Ages.
One of those fabulous forests where dogs love to sniff and scamper, and the atmosphere is great for people too.
On the misty morning Jem got his walkies here there seemed to be nobody else in the world and you could hear individual leaves falling from the trees. Gorgeous.
Junction 15 Broglie
A visit to the very traditional, small town of Broglie is what driving through France with your own transport is all about.
Waterside park with walking trails along the River Stour. This is an open space of long standing. Apparently Henry II granted the first fishing rights to anglers here.
A quiet Kentish village with plenty of dog walking space, and a dog-friendly pub with camping. Less than 6 miles from the M2 Junction 6.
This is one of those lovely dog-friendly pubs with a homely sort of atmosphere. Popular with walkers and cyclists.
Village pub with a fabulous walk from the door. Really handy for a dogstop off the A34 (which seems to be one of most competitive A-roads in the country!) and with some great menu choices.
Smart, upmarket country pub and restaurant, with fields nearby for dogs to enjoy a leg-stretch. Also dog-friendly hotel rooms.
Very dog-friendly pub, with biscuits on arrival for hungry hounds. Well placed for a lunch stop if you're walking in the area. The walk takes in the site of the Battle of Edgehill.
This is a fabulous dog walk on an ancient track that was once the pre-Roman highway between the Ivinghoe Beacon in Hertfordshire and far away Norfolk.