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Within seconds of Jem leaping out for a sniff at the sea and a bounce on the beach, the rain deluged. The beach is all shingle and we couldn't really see anything of the coast path!
Famous because of the so-called Giant carved into the hillside, the best viewing point to see this celebration of manhood is from a well-signed layby on the A352.
Pleasant place for more than a dog walk, especially if you're travelling with a young family.
A doggie pawfect country inn within easy reach of the A6, and also the A14.
A chance to take a break at an historic thatched pub, and take a walk with the pooch on the ancient Icknield Way.
Doggietastic little village at the end of a no-through-road and with a choice of dog-friendly pub or cafe, and an idyllic walk with the dog.
Recommended by friends in Coventry, this is a popular pub with the food much praised by locals. The garden is exquisitely looked after, and the dog walk starts just opposite the car park.
Friendly pub with loads of parking space, and a nice welcome for strangers and their dogs.
Popular and unpretentious dog-friendly village pub with a welcome for all. The village is apparently the original for writer Flora Thompson's 'Candleford'.
Circular walk, starting from Newbold Comyn Park. Three easy stiles, and the possibility of cows in one field. Doggie swimming places along the way, and a dog-friendly pub half-way round too!
Junction 7 Ondres
A golden sandy beach with no dog restrictions, and it goes on for miles and miles. Beach hounds don't get it any better than this.
This riverside walk is popular with local dog walkers and if you have a sociable hound there is plenty of space for doggy exuberance.