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We nicknamed this 'the village of the high walls' because that's all you see from the road. Presumably there must have been some serious raiding going on at one time.
Allow yourself time to enjoy a visit to this extraordinary 13th century pub, and the waterfall next door. Absolute time travel and everywhere is dog-friendly.
A winning combo of dog-friendly pub with great food, and an off-lead dog walk with no stiles or livestock and a reasonable chance of keeping your feet clean.
Stylish, modern and dog-friendly inn, set amongst the ruins of a medieval priory and part of the Akebar Park holiday complex. Family and dog-friendly.
As well as a handy stopping point for a dog walk and refreshments on your journey, this is a good place for weekend walkies if you live near Milton Keynes. Highly-praised summer beer garden.
A woodland walk in the grounds of a 17th century Dutch-style country house.
Unspoiled and traditional village with a dog-friendly pub and dog walk. The pub is a popular local favourite with a pleasant and friendly atmosphere. Comfortable for families and everyone.
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.
One of our absolute favourite country pubs with walks, and one that we try and find excuses to visit whenever possible.
A choice of dog walks, a dog and child-friendly village pub and a riverside heritage village that escapes the twee-ness of many of these Midsomer Murders locations.
A 16th century country pub right on the route of a fabulous walking path, close to the M40 and with a steam railway to admire too.
Rural pub in a village famous for its watercress, and a dog walk with no stiles. The author of 'Three Men in a Boat', Jerome K Jerome lived close to the village.