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A choice of dog walks here, including one with full wheelchair access along the Viking Way. The signage is very good and if you're staying nearby it's worth exploring the different routes.
This is gentle, green rolling countryside and it is hard to imagine that the heart of Birmingham is not so very far away.
Enormous chunk of forest - with a really good cafe for that post-walk tea and cakes! ...
Easy to reach from either Junction 18 or 19 of the M5, this is a piece of canine heaven, through Forestry Commission woods with clear paths and easy to follow signed routes.
If you have to stop at the services, the northbound ones here have a really good off-lead dog walk that's well away from all the services hassle. Useful for caravans this one.
A traditional village, with some really attractive thatched cottages, a village green and pleasantly slow pace.
Close to the A38 and a good stopping point just after Exeter. A truly atmospheric inn dating back to the 13th century.
Seconds away from the Devon Expressway you won't lose journey time by taking a dog walk break here. The inn is about 200 years old, with open fires, oak beams and a relaxing atmosphere.
Astonishingly pretty little town and blessed with a choice of dog-friendly places for a coffee or lunch, and an excellent walk for travel-weary dogs.
I'd call this a 'modern coaching inn' as it ticks all the boxes for dogs and motorists on the move.
A short woodland stroll overlooking the Ironbridge Gorge, starting from a welcoming and hospitable cafe with a tempting range of home made cakes, artisan bread and wholesome snacks and meals.