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Superb dog-walking here, with swimming places and broad open spaces for dogs to really stretch their legs. Kids will love this place too - there's a sturdy and well-equipped pirates playground.
Ruined castle, woodland, river for dog-swimming - this walk has it all. Absolutely brilliant place to stop for a dog walk. You'll pass shops for picnic provisions on the way to the castle.
This dog walk is close to Junction 7 and 8 of the M20. Stop here for a good length circular dog-walk, and an excellent and dog-welcoming inn with B&B to return to.
This is walk full of doggy delight. The wood is popular with local dog-owners, and a particularly friendly bunch they are too.
As soon as you walk around the first corner in the lane from the car park, the noise and fumes of the traffic drop away, and the sense of space and quiet here is totally amazing.
A truly enormous forest with 11,000 hectares for outdoor enthusiasts. People come here for the mountain biking, bird watching, and hiking.
This is a well looked after community nature reserve, and combines shaded woodland with open space that’s ideal for dogs.
Historic coaching inn dating back to the 12th century, and a lovely place for a doggiestop just off the A12.
Junction 58 Seven Hills
Popular, dog-friendly and all-round nice welcoming pub with some good walks from the door.
The roadside verges and hedgerows around here are just bursting with life and flowers in summer.
Village pub with reasonably priced, slightly retro pub food (chicken in basket) and dog-friendly in the bar and outside in the large garden.
Lovely village pub, dog-friendly of course, in that fabulous part of Warwickshire where the Cotswolds start.
Sandy beach with no dog restrictions. You'll see hang-gliders and surfers in action, and there are several campsites overlooking the beach if you feel like staying.