Your Search Results
Take a look through the results below, or use the filters to select the facilities you want. You can also sort the listings by the popularity or distance.
Lovely Italian flavours here, and there's a woodland walk which starts from opposite the pub. If this isn't dog and driver delight, Jem despairs!
Traditional village pub with open fires, beams and a CAMRA member. The pub doesn't have a website, so it's worth phoning ahead to make sure they're open.
A nature reserve within easy reach of the A11 - and it's a great place to experience the local nature up close. We love coming here because it smells and looks so different from the Midlands.
This short walk gives you the chance to have a look at the village, which drivers totally miss from the road, and it's good for doggie leg-stretching too.
A splendid romp awaits your dog here, and it's an ideal place to take a picnic and clamber up the hill to enjoy the view. There's more on offer than just a pitstop on the A38 if you have time.
Perfect place for a dog walk - as long as your pooch isn't bothered by the whine of low-flying aircraft from the nearby Bristol airport.
Popular with local dog-walkers, this castle and surrounding landscaped park and woodland seems to get missed off many a tourist guide to the area.
Gorgeous place for walking the dog, having a picnic and breathing in loads of fresh air.
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 set of forest walks that dogs will adore, and there's a nice variety of paths and views for people as well.
A remote piece of forest just to the East of Loch Lomond, where dogs can run free over miles and miles of trails.
The small town of Berck is active all through the year and so you’ll find plenty of open shops and cafes whenever you go. The beach is enormous and hugely popular with dog walkers.