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A chance to walk the dog and enjoy a moment of local history on the site of the Battle of Radcot Bridge. This was young Richard the 2nd v the Earl of Derby (for the people). The people triumphed.
Dogs will love the woodland walks here, with easy paths to follow and endless sniffing opportunities. Look out for the natural play areas for kids and plenty of wildlife too.
One of our absolute favourite country pubs with walks, and one that we try and find excuses to visit whenever possible.
A warm and welcoming 16th century pub where people and dogs are all made to feel at home. The walk isn't the most exciting in the world but it is really convenient and easy to follow.
So much more than a pitstop for Fido. This pretty village is full of quaint charm and the 16th century village pub is a delight. The walk takes you into a different world.
Absolutely perfect English picture-postcard village. The dog-friendly pub sits on the enormous village green, complete with village cricket pavilion and pitches.
A tranquil and restfully rural hamlet to enjoy a quiet moment of mindfulness with the dog.
This walk can be as short or long as you like; it's a long-distance footpath and beautifully signed so you can't possibly get lost.
A country inn with great food, and a choice of dog walks from the door ticks all the boxes for me and Jem. You can also stay in wonderful dog-friendly rooms. A big treat for pooch and person.
An outstandingly pretty village where during the day the sounds are just of sheep bleating, and tall rushes bending and swaying in the river.
With 800 years of history behind it, this riverside pub is as much of an institution as the university. It's a friendly place and dogs and families are made very comfortable and welcome.
Friendly and welcoming 16th century rural pub with tasty food near Althorp. Definitely worth a stop for lunch if you're driving this way. Traditional in the very best sense of the word.