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The Crown's very welcoming, and ideal for a stop no matter what time of day it may be. Dogs are welcome in the first bar, where you are able to have restaurant menu choices too.
If you're just totally fed up with driving and need to get fresh air, and a lot of wide towpath for yourself and the dog - this is the dog-stop for you!
An attractive park that's a good place to stop for a break not just for the dog, but also for passengers of all ages.
Dog-friendly pub with a roaring fire in winter, and lots of outdoor space and tables in summer. Close to Coughton Court (not dog-friendly) and several very good walks nearby.
Junction 20 Eguzon, St Bernard d/S
A medieval village, well off the tourist track. You'll find a couple of patisseries and boulangerie, and plenty of medieval period property for sale if you feel like moving!
Junction 23 Carcassonne-Ouest
If you have time to look at the 'new' city of Carcassonne you'll find all the souvenirs from the medieval city on sale at a fraction of the price and, especially at lunchtime, some really excellent...
This doggiestop ticks all the boxes for drivers, families and the dog.
An off-putting start, but a good dog walk once you get going.
Legend has it that The Folly was founded by the crew of a French smuggling barge that ran aground in the 1700's selling illegal alcohol.
This is a walk to love or hate.
Winning combo of campsite, lake and forest walks within easy reach of the town. Totally perfect for dogs.
Remote and slightly spooky dog walk next to the satellite tracking dishes.