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Unmissable. An excellent place for a dog walk, with the bonus of some of England's most iconic landscape.
Junction 51 Beacon Hill
Really close to the A14 Junction 51, this is a handy stop with the dog. There's plenty of off-lead stretching space, and dogs can sniff in a nice mix of grass and rougher wildflower banks.
Friendly and relaxed dog-friendly pub in a village where many visitors probably arrive on foot. The long-distance 'Coleridge Way' goes past the door, and it's a lovely place to sit in the sunshine.
Traditional woodland pub with easy access to forest dog walks. Less than 4 miles from the M25 and a great doggiestop for a total de-stress.
Dogs welcome on the beach here - and the normal rules apply: on lead, and please pick up! Out of season you're likely to have the beach to yourself and other dog-walkers.
Much more than a pitstop off the A38, gardeners, shoppers, dogs and kids will all find something very special here.
Junction 27 Neufchatel-Hardelot
A small but outstanding nature reserve where a mix of peat bog and sand form a unique environment in which native, but now rare, dragonflies, frogs and birds can find sanctuary.
Dogs allowed on the beach here all year round, and it's a grand place for doggie swimming.
An idyllic spot for a dog walk, and popular with local families and dog-owners. Expect conversation!
The site of this village is perhaps one of the most poignant reminders of the way this region was practically laid waste during WW1.
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.
We were expecting to find this pretty village to be surrounded by fields of lavender, and were looking forward to one of the most fragrant walk experiences ever.