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.
An easy walk across open farmland on a section of the Oxford Way towards a tiny 15th century chapel. In wet weather the fields get muddy and you'll need wellies. On a dry summer's day it's a delight.
There's plenty of flat, open space here, as you are in the parkland of Knebworth House. A dog walk of some distinction.
A truly enormous forest with 11,000 hectares for outdoor enthusiasts. People come here for the mountain biking, bird watching, and hiking.
There's a fairytale castle at the start of this dog-walk, good fun for kids to explore - and the cafe and WCs are inside and after the ticket kiosk.
This is a pub with a fantastically long history, starting even before the famous Battle of Edgehill which took place just over the next hill.
Sandy beach with no dog restrictions. You'll see hang-gliders and surfers in action, and there are several campsites overlooking the beach if you feel like staying.
A dog walk with plenty of fresh air above the tourist activities below. And a dog-friendly pub.
Easy-going dog walk with interesting stuff to look at, and some lovely trees and pond plants too. Jem was really happy with his walk here, and we enjoyed a picnic next to the pond.
A lovely dining pub with reliably great food, and dogs are welcome in the bar. If you're looking to meet up for a proper lunch with friends or on business, then give this one a try.
Oh yum! If you're looking for a dog-friendly place to break your journey, with outstandingly good but still affordable food - try this one! The pub has gained some impressive accolades, Michelin Bib...
A really dog-friendly pub close to the M4. The nearby watery dog walk will delight your travelling hound, particularly on hot summer days.
A fabulous independent pub close where a warm welcome awaits dogs. Really convenient for some wonderful walkies too.