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A massive forest area that was once the domain of an 11th century Welsh princeling.
The woods are much bigger than it seems, with dozens of criss-crossing paths creating a pleasant circular walk of around 35 minutes.
This dog walk is between Junctions 3 and 4 on the A3M. You'll find a number of clearly signed trails in this award-winning park. And with a thousand acres of land, this is doggy wonderland.
Village pub that serves good food and is very close to the River Severn, with lovely walk down to the river. Dogs allowed in the bar and garden. Very friendly
Brilliant country pub, with a dog walk starting from the door. Nice olde worlde atmosphere with good food and fine wines - great for Sunday lunch after the stroll.
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).
Lovely dog walk on safe bridle paths, and close to the A354. The pub was closed for its own holidays when we stopped by so it's a bit of an unknown.
The dog-friendly inn has a clean, contemporary almost Scandinavian feel. But tradition has not been forgotten. Thomas Hardy and his dog, Wessex, are on record as having visited the Inn in 1927.
Another fantastically ancient Kentish inn, this one dates from the 16th century. And plenty of walking on the long-distance Greensand Way.
Less than 2 miles from the M26 as the crow flies, but light years away in reality. This pretty village in the Low Weald feels like the deep countryside, and is a treat to find.
Drivers in need of a break have the choice of two walks here, and the pub is a happy and dog-friendly place.
Family and dog-friendly village pub overlooking the traditional village green. You'll find a friendly feel and relaxed atmosphere here.