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On a sunny day the Severn can sparkle and look totally enchanting, and there's not much better than enjoying a coffee or a meal overlooking the water. The hotel here also has dog-friendly rooms.
Dog-friendly dining in a 16th century inn, with a short doggie leg-stretch rather than a walk. The village is between Pershore and the M5 and in the heart of rolling fields with fertile crops.
Big open space, with views and a mix of sniffing and romping options for dogs. The M5 is close by, but there's no access to this super walk from the motorway.
A small market town on the river Stour, with a choice of dog-friendly inns for refreshments and a short walk by the river.
Dog-friendly community owned pub in the Preselli hills. A magical area where the landscape changes from moment to moment and visitors feel hugged by the hills and soft forest breezes.
Another fabulous place for a dog walk in the middle of the massive Hurt Forest. The lane to get to the car parks is single-track, so allow time for negotiating this.
Pretty dog walk through airy woodland to a path leading around a lake.
This part of the forest is known as Warren Pease, so we expected to see lots of rabbit burrows. Wrong! This is a heath rather than dense woodland part of the forest.
The walk here is all about views, altitude and the wind. It's a short drive from the pub and you could easily spend all day on the roof of the Downs.
Jem and I arrived here after getting a soaking on the walk, and loved the warmth and a comforting cup of coffee. Well, dog biscuits for Jem obviously.
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!
Local pubby pub near to a reservoir that's good for a dog walk. Parts of the building are really old, and there's a friendly feel to the place. Real ales and comfort eating.