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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.
Really nice little beach, with sand and rock pools to keep kids and dogs happy. Also there's woodland walkies behind the beach. At high tide the beach disappears.
River and woodland dog walk that's close to Craignure, for ferry crossings to Oban.
If you're staying on Mull this walk's a pleasant way to spend an afternoon.
Dog-friendly pub with a roaring fire in winter, and lots of outdoor space and tables in summer. Close to Coughton Court (not dog-friendly) and several very good walks nearby.
Junction 9 Azay-le-Rideau (Druye)
This won't be everyone's cup of tea, the town is quite small and there aren't many shops.
A gem of a village that's counted as one of France's prettiest villages; and it's easy to see why. Well worth a visit if you're staying in the area - and a complete bonus as a motorway break.
The splendid Château Royal de Durtal completely dominates the Loir river and dates back to the 11th century when it was the stronghold of Fulk the Black.
Junction 27 Bonnac la Cote
Pick up some lovely French pastries from the village, and then head down to the lake for a properly long dog walk and some fresh air
Junction 59 Caussade
A typically French small village of the Midi-Pyrénées region with a château (built between the 11th and 14th centuries) and pretty cottages with streams of colour flowing from their window boxes.
A real oasis of tranquillity, with a fairytale chateau complete with Rapunzel towers and a dog-friendly garden that smells fabulous.
It's not every day that you get the chance to both visit a top UNESCO heritage site, and the dog can go too.
A longer walk, and an alternative to the country park for people and dogs who really want to stride out.