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Forest park with good visitor facilities, and plenty for dogs and kids to do.
Tudor (the real thing) inn now transformed into a stylish bar and restaurant, run by a very enthusiastic young team.
Easy-going walk to the reservoir, and lots of fresh air to liven the dog up from the car. Afterwards, well-behaved dogs are welcome inside the pub, and the food is delicious.
This is an orderly and well maintained country park, with hard surface paths creating accessibility routes – and all weather dog walking in clean footwear a definite possibility.
This is a one path, there-and-back forest walk that's ideal for motorway de-stressing.
Sandy beach with no dog restrictions. You'll see hang-gliders and surfers in action, and there are several campsites overlooking the beach if you feel like staying.
If you're driving across the East side of France, this 'lost' village is a tranquil place to take a break. It's in a clearing of a vast forest and ideal for a picnic and time out.
Characterful market town, with cobbled streets and dog-welcoming cafes, pubs and many non-food shops.
We loved the walk here by fields of very large, contented oinking pigs. The dog-friendly pub has a country feel and good home cooking.
A nice mix of family fun and plenty of childrens activities near the visitor centre and quieter dog walks starting from the visitor centre or one of the large campsites and informal parking spaces...
A priory once stood where the dog-friendly pub is now, on the highest ground around. A generous waterside terrace overlooks the broad.
If driver and dog are short on a leg stretch, this is a great place to stop and not too far from the A14.