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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...
A massive forest area that was once the domain of an 11th century Welsh princeling.
If you're looking for sheepfree walks in Wales, then the Forestry Commission can usually be relied on to provide one.
Perfect for dogs. Perfect for people too.
Fabulous park land, which can be reached from the M9 Junction 5 (Northbound) or Junction 6 (Southbound).
The circular lakeside walk is a delight, with dogs able to run freely.
Superb dog-walking here, with swimming places and broad open spaces for dogs to really stretch their legs. Kids will love this place too - there's a sturdy and well-equipped pirates playground.
Dogs will relish the freedom of this woodland, which dates way back to early times. And afterwards, there's a lovely atmosphere at the dog-friendly village pub. Ticks all the boxes!
This is an enchanting wood, not easy to find but definitely worth the effort. It's near the M2 Junction 6.
Very handy doggiestop for pooches desperate to get out for a breather before or after London.
A hidden gem in the middle of Anglesey. There's a 4 mile footpath around the small reservoir which is surrounded by trees.
Do try and make a doggiestop in this little market town. You'll find dog-friendly pubs, dog-friendly B&B, a lovely dog-friendly cafe and bookshop, and a fabulous dog walk with swimming.
A truly authentic pub experience that transports you back in time at least a century, maybe more. Exceptionally friendly and welcoming to dogs and drivers.
It would be easy to miss this 18th century coaching inn as it's only when you get inside that the immense charm of the building shines through.