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Extremely warm and friendly village inn, with a dog walk from the door.
Well-planned and accessible park, with trails running past lakes and random pillboxes left from World War 2. Very friendly and chatty local dog-walkers when we were there.
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.
Rural village inn with a homely feel. Dogs and families are welcome, and if you're making a break from your journey this feels a bit like time travel (in a good way).
A choice of iconic monuments to walk the dog and see what's to see, and then get a snack and coffee (or a full meal) in a traditional family- and dog-friendly inn.
Short stroll with the dog and a dog-friendly upmarket dining pub in the Nadder Valley and close to the A303. The village was once called 'Stop', which is as good a reason to take break as any!
Relaxed and welcoming family-run pub near the beach and coast path.
Drivers in need of a break have the choice of two walks here, and the pub is a happy and dog-friendly place.
This former corn mill is now a pub with a fantastic location on the banks of the River Wey. It is all very lovely and the walking options should suit every dog.
Oh my oh my - this is the cutest of villages, and the number of footpaths criss-crossing to get here shows that pilgrims and travellers have been heading this way for centuries.
An easy break from the A35, with a very straightforward dog walk route and an award-winning historic pub with plenty of parking.
The start point for the dog walks is a handsome, if severe looking, Dales market town with an unusually large green.