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A truly historic dog walk. Mary Tudor was declared queen here in 1553 but your dog couldn't care less. The walk around the boundary of the castle will interest them much more.
One of the oldest pubs in Wales, this started life as a 16th century drover's inn and still retains some local characteristcs such as the stone-flagged floors and an unusual terrace that seems to have...
One of Jem's favourite doggiestops and it's lovely for dog swimming, a short walkies, and really excellent home-made cakes. The operational steam railway will thrill everyone, and it smells divine!
Historic dog walkies, river paddling for hot dogs, free parking and several choices for getting take-away refreshments or a dog-friendly pub in the village centre.
Dog-friendly hotel with marvellous views and outside waterside terrace. Just sit by the water and watch the yachts ahead and the ever-changing clouds over the hills on the mainland.
A great combo of dog-friendly pub and a dog walk down to a dog-friendly beach. Can get busy in summer.
Popular and dog-friendly inn in the winter and summer. This area is full of ancient remains and artefacts from the earliest of times, and there's a burial chamber just around the corner.
Wonderful spot for dogs, families, and anyone with a yearning for sea air and impeccably cooked sea food (other options available).
Hugely welcoming and dog-friendly pub that's well worth a bit of a wiggle down country lanes to get there. It's set in an enviable spot with magnificent country views.
A dog-friendly dining pub that's been lovingly brought back to life by a man with a passion for great food and service. And a great dog walk too, so we can't wait to re-visit when the rules allow!
Gentle woodland for canine romping and sniffing. Jem loved the soft leaves and moss on his paws.
Part of a large dog-walking forest that spreads between Surrey and Hampshire, this is quite secluded and has a really lovely arboretum.