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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.
Fascinating contrast here with an ancient stone circle rubbing shoulders with a bio-mass power station - both visible from the footpath.
There's plenty of flat, open space here, as you are in the parkland of Knebworth House. A dog walk of some distinction.
Worcestershire is a county that seems to hide its fabulous woodland from visitors, and so the ancient oaks on this shortish circular walk may come as a surprise.
A bracing seafront dog walk awaits you here, on a deserted strip of coastland cut off from the town of Havant by a bypass and now almost completely given over to dog-walkers.
Early one Sunday morning in April, this track was sparkling with dewy May bloom and buttercups and with no trace of the 21st century to be seen or heard. A total delight for dogs and people.
Historic coaching inn dating back to the 12th century, and a lovely place for a doggiestop just off the A12.
Country pub with instant access to woodland dog walks. It's got a rural real-ale atmosphere, and outside tables for the summer. Around 2 miles from the A12.
Canalside dog-friendly pub, with walks on the towpath right from the door.
Lovely country pub, with fabulous locally sourced food. Excellent walking country, with several routes in and around the Lugg Valley.
Junction 16 Gace
Very relaxed and friendly little town, dominated by the ruins of an abbey. If you're in a campervan, there's a really nice camping set up by the lake.
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...