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Well, Henry the 8th certainly wrote the rulebook on cultural vandalism. And here is an atmospheric reminder.
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.
Dog-friendly paradise for walks and dog-friendly refreshments and close to Maidstone for a weekend walkies, or just 2 miles from Junction 8 of the M20 and 2.
A really lovely country park, close to the centre of Boston but feeling very much like the surrounding countryside.
A gentle on-lead nature walk with the dog inside a country estate. We enjoyed the peace and tranquillity here.
The village here was created by John Corbett, a Midland industrialist who made a fortune here with a massive salt works.
Popular pub stop for walkers and cyclists on the Coast to Coast path, as well as very handy dog-friendly pub for drivers on the A66 near Threlkeld.
A rural dog walk and dog-friendly pub close to M2 Junction 5. The walk passes attractive timbered buildings showing the history here reaching deep into the Middle Ages.
Just the spot for a mooch with the pooch on a fine day when you get the views. And definitely a walk to get you in the holiday mood.
Short stroll with the dog and a dog-friendly upmarket dining pub in the Nadder Valley and close to the A303. The village was once called 'Stop', which is as good a reason to take break as any!
A quiet Kentish village with plenty of dog walking space, and a dog-friendly pub with camping. Less than 6 miles from the M2 Junction 6.
Dog friendly pub near the village green offering good value light lunches, and a short doggiestop walk for the dog.