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Tudor (the real thing) inn now transformed into a stylish bar and restaurant, run by a very enthusiastic young team.
Walking in the most rugged coastline and spectacular scenery on the east coast. This is also a site of special scientific interest, famous for its bird colonies.
There are 250 acres of parkland here, giving plenty of space to exercise the most demanding of dogs in this island of calm amidst the transport network.
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 walk is a sure winner for dogs who enjoy a swim, as well as for walkers who like to walk towards a definite destination.
A truly enormous forest with 11,000 hectares for outdoor enthusiasts. People come here for the mountain biking, bird watching, and hiking.
A bracing seafront dog walk awaits you here, on a deserted strip of coastland cut off from the town of Havant by a bypass and now almost completely given over to dog-walkers.
This is a well looked after community nature reserve, and combines shaded woodland with open space that’s ideal for dogs.
Worcestershire is a county that seems to hide its fabulous woodland from visitors, and so the ancient oaks on this shortish circular walk may come as a surprise.
Fascinating contrast here with an ancient stone circle rubbing shoulders with a bio-mass power station - both visible from the footpath.
Right in the middle of a very cute village the dog-friendly Bell Inn is a great place for a dog walk followed by a pint and some good pub food.
If you're driving across the East side of France, this 'lost' village is a tranquil place to take a break. It's in a clearing of a vast forest and ideal for a picnic and time out.