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This riverside walk is popular with local dog walkers and if you have a sociable hound there is plenty of space for doggy exuberance.
There's room on this enormous beach for as many balls, chuckers and frizbees as your dog may need.
Dog-friendly pub with excellent pub food and a warm welcome. Lots of footpaths nearby, and this is a less-visited part of the Cotswolds and so agreeably quiet throughout the year.
Very traditional and attractive Cotswold village with the broad lanes and imposing houses typical of the good fortune earned through the wool trade.
Traditional dog-friendly and welcoming village inn, with a straightforward and enjoyable dog walk from the door.
A couple of dog walks to choose from, and the chance to spot some woodland wildlife.
A taste of yesteryear, with beams and quaintness and curios that draw you into a sort of time machine. Expect a warm and friendly welcome.
The dog-friendly pub here is a free house, with young enthusiastic owners. And the dog walk is an easy there-and-back from the pub.
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.
An old coaching inn with an open-hearted welcome for kids, dogs and newcomers. And roaring fires in winter. It's a 'Walkers Welcome' village and the paths are well marked.
Country inn with a strong local following for food. A short and accessible dog walk all on a hard surface.
Small rural village snuggled under the South Downs, and totally charming. A real delight for a driving doggie-stop, just lovely. The pub is popular and thriving in a grown-up kind of way.