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This is a great place to join the Saxon Shore Way, and easy to find off the A256.
Very much in the middle of nowhere, and yet you may have to detour via the old road over Dartmoor to avoid holiday traffic on the A30.
Walk around the lake with the option of of a woodland walk as well. From the lake cross over the D748 and you will be in the Le Bois de l'Aumonerie.
Lovely old pub, dog-friendly of course, and within a shout of the coast path. Lots to do and see and plenty of paths to explore if you're staying in the area.
Tucked away in a quiet part of Shropshire is the graceful red sandstone ruined castle, and dogs are welcome to visit with you.
A quiet piece of woodland with forest tracks. Ideal dog walking, and no stiles within the wood.
A dog-friendly coaching inn with meal deals and special offers. It's a building with a lot of history, and comfortably brought up to date.
Dogs allowed on this sandy beach all year round - probably because you need to walk there, which the dog will adore!
Walk through an enchanting bluebell wood, and then enjoy a visit to a traditionally tiny Oxfordshire pub - with a dog under nearly all the tables! Easy to reach between Chinnor and Watlington, and...
Lovely woodland for dogs, and also the remains of an Abbey. There's about 200 hectares of wood and hidden in there somewhere are old chalk pits and evidence of a Bronze Age settlement.
Large country park that spreads from the Old Town across to Fairlight.
Pleasant dog walk over fields and woodland, and a dog-friendly village local for refreshments. Handy to know about if you're staying nearby, it's not near to any major roads.