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This is all about the Heydon family, and a bit of a bonfire of the vanities story. The Heydons made it big in wool, splashed out on flamboyant building projects and made some poor investment choices.
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.
Homely village pub with tasty home-cooked food. Access to the dog walk needs a bit of road walking.
Just off the A36 near Warminster, this is a really quiet village that has a truly rural feel. The pub is charming and the walk is a good one so make the most of it.
Quite close to the A37, this is a very pretty historic market town with a dog-friendly pub and dog walk and plenty to see besides.
A 16th century coaching inn lying in the shadow of Blencathra. The village is just a few breaths away from the main road and in a quiet world of its own.
Very traditional and attractive Cotswold village with the broad lanes and imposing houses typical of the good fortune earned through the wool trade.
A great place for a dog walk, whether you're making a doggiestop on your journey or just looking for somewhere new to walk.
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.
The dog-friendly pub here is a free house, with young enthusiastic owners. And the dog walk is an easy there-and-back from the pub.
A forest walk is perfect for dogs and drivers to cool down in warm weather, or stay reasonably dry in the rain.
An old coaching inn with an open-hearted welcome for kids, dogs and newcomers. And roaring fires in winter. It's a 'Walkers Welcome' village and the paths are well marked.