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If you're looking for an authentic local pub this could be it. Traditional cob walls, low ceilings and a blazing log fire - together with over 400 years of refreshing the community.
Perfect place for a dog walk - as long as your pooch isn't bothered by the whine of low-flying aircraft from the nearby Bristol airport.
This is an unusual pitstop from the A38 and will please not only dogs, but also travellers with an interest in medieval buildings and history.
Seconds away from the Lichfield Road, here's a dog-friendly pub with an easy walk along a towpath to a relaxing water park.
Stunningly pretty little village, and the inn here is one of those lovely locals with great food, walks on the door-step and a fine welcome for well-behaved dogs.
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.
Junction 25 Ecommoy
Big walkies time here, with an enormous forest with nearly endless opportunities to get the dogs well and truly tired out. It's just as good for a motorway pit-stop - just remember not to walk so far!
A glorious moment for the dogs and drivers to get the legs moving in this near deserted forest, with a well-signed path and every opportunity for a good off-lead scamper under the trees.
There are no stiles or road walking on this walk, although there may be some sheep on the hills.
Perched high on a hill overlooking the lavender fields is this utterly charming and picturesque medieval walled citadel.
A choice of walks through woodland, fields and a river path, within a delightful country park.
The ruined castle at is perfectly placed if you want to combine a visit there with shopping in the town without a huge amount of organisation.