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A big-hearted, clean and tidy pub where familes, dogs and summer campers all get a good welcome.
Smart dog-friendly dining and a relaxing dog walk by the river. In days of yore, think highwaymen and powdered wigs, this used to be a coaching inn and it's still a perfect place to break a journey.
If you're just totally fed up with driving and need to get fresh air, and a lot of wide towpath for yourself and the dog - this is the dog-stop for you!
Welcoming Devon country pub, with a lovely riverside walk starting nearby.
This is an unusual pitstop from the A38 and will please not only dogs, but also travellers with an interest in medieval buildings and history.
A very handy dog walk to know about if you're staying on the east side of Loch Lomond. Jem loved this one, and so did we - even in the rain.
A remote piece of forest just to the East of Loch Lomond, where dogs can run free over miles and miles of trails.
Perched high on a hill overlooking the lavender fields is this utterly charming and picturesque medieval walled citadel.
Junction 38 Le Vigen, Solignac
The atmospheric ruins of the Château Châlucet make a perfect dog walk and an interesting and varied break from driving, and are well worth a longer visit if you're staying in the area.
A perfect dog-walking place, with a selection of routes ranging from a 20 minute stroll to a several hours of purposeful hiking.
Junction 45 Tulle, Vigeois
This ancient walled medieval town is ideal for a short break from driving.
Junction 57 Villeneuve., Cahors Centre
The Château is perched on a commanding promontory overlooking deep pine filled valleys.