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A big pub, but still cosy and welcoming. Real fires in winter, and lovely garden seating for warmer days.
Lovely trail walks with a variety of lengths, mixture of woodland, open ground and even water for those dogs who like a splash.
There's a choice of trails from the National Herb Centre just north of Banbury. It's on a fairly steep valley slope, so a fair level of fitness is required for both humans and dogs.
A leisurely stroll beside a river along a flat path. There is some street walking but as Lostwithiel is a lovely village, this is not a hardship.
Lying close to the flanks of Burgess Hill, this former commonland has grassland, woodland and a lake. It's a beautiful place to be, especially in Spring when the bluebells are in bloom.
A gentle walk up to limestone caves with fantastic views
I have no words to describe the beauty of this walk- you need to experience it for yourself.
A perfect amble around historical landmarks. Hurlers three stone circles are set in a wide expanse of open moor. Together with Stowes Hill and Long Tom, this makes a decent dog walk on the flat.
The dog-friendly Unicorn in Kingwood is just outside Henley on Thames and set in the midst of an area of outstanding beauty.
Miles and miles of coastal walks in both directions
A lovely cafe & restaurant set in the Walled Garden within the Applecross Estate. Many of the ingredients are sourced locally either from the garden or from the bay. Breakfast is served from 8.
A lovely river walk with dog friendly pub in the village. Park on Station rd before the railway bridge when heading south. Take the path down to the river.