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Lovely woodland for dogs, and also the remains of an Abbey. There's about 200 hectares of wood and hidden in there somewhere are old chalk pits and evidence of a Bronze Age settlement.
Dog-friendly old coaching inn, and a fine traditional market town with easy access to dog walks. Well worth planning a stop here when you're driving on the A65.
A short, flat walk along the canal, stopping off at Halberton Farm shop for fab treats and coffee, or even PYO!
Well-planned and accessible park, with trails running past lakes and random pillboxes left from World War 2. Very friendly and chatty local dog-walkers when we were there.
Traditional and dog-friendly 17th century inn with easy access to forest and lakeside dog walks. Car park has shade.
A lovely woodland walk near a tranquil reservoir is ideal for dogs and drivers.
Very pleasant local woodland walk, with some really loud woodpeckers to keep you company. No facilities, and not worth a detour from the motorway, but handy if you are already nearby.
Upmarket and dog-friendly establishment with an amazing terrace hanging over the river. The mill wheel still turns - not for grinding corn anymore though.
Splendidly situated dog-friendly hotel close to a dog-friendly beach. Thanks to Driving with Dogs member Rachel Stretch for this recommendation.
A river walk from the private village Bucklers Hard, famous for its ship building in times gone by, and the picturesque Beaulieu village. Dogs will love the swimming option on this riverside walk.
An easy walk across open farmland on a section of the Oxford Way towards a tiny 15th century chapel. In wet weather the fields get muddy and you'll need wellies. On a dry summer's day it's a delight.
Dog-friendly inn with a bar/restaurant and dog-friendly rooms. Dog walks from the door and plenty to see in this historic village.