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Extensive walks either along the Garry or up on forestry tracks to Collie Gleann Loagh and into the Glen Garry forest.
A large beach that's favoured by dog walkers and horse riders. It's not a safe swimming beach and that keeps it quiet.
A fine Broads walk that has the spirit of a bygone era. This is quiet, tranquil and evocative dog walking and as good a place to be as any in Norfolk.
Astonishingly old pub that even gets a mention in the Domesday Book. Happily the food and service is well up to date. Less than a mile from the M11 junction.
Fourteenth century pub with bags of atmosphere and a fresh modern approach to food. Dogs are welcome in the bar, and walks are easy to find from the village.
An upmarket countryside dining inn set in the heart of Berkshire farmland and a fabulous place for all the dog walking that you could desire.
A really dog-friendly pub in a charming village which is well worth exploring in its own right. The walk is as easy to follow as anyone could wish.
This is so incredible, a 15th century building that is still fully in use and looking amazing. It was a farmhouse first, and became a pub later. But what a treat to experience this!
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.
Another fantastically ancient Kentish inn, this one dates from the 16th century. And plenty of walking on the long-distance Greensand Way.
Easy to find dog walk close to the M20, and opposite the country showground where Paws in the Park takes place.
A rural country pub surrounded by tracks and paths, so perfect for a dog walk. This walk is a 3.5 mile circular route, with a shorter option for little legs or elderly dogs.