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Often overshadowed by its more well-known neighbour, Ilkley, the town of Otley is worth a visit and is handily placed for Leeds pooches getting out of town.
A bracing seafront dog walk awaits you here, on a deserted strip of coastland cut off from the town of Havant by a bypass and now almost completely given over to dog-walkers.
This is a pub with a fantastically long history, starting even before the famous Battle of Edgehill which took place just over the next hill.
Why not take a break for some fresh air and a walk through one of the iconic battle sites of English history? This is 1066 when King Harold took on Harald Hardrada and won here, but then had to dash...
A dog-friendly country pub with great food, set in maybe one of the prettiest villages in the Wolds. And a magnificent dog walk with a view over to Lincoln cathedral on a clear day.
A very safe walk for dogs that starts straight from the car park, and in the village you'll find two dog-friendly pubs. Our pup loved this walk and found happy spaniels to chase around with.
Easy-going walk on a multi-user path with no stiles or cows to worry about. There's a real ale pub near the car park
A very handy place for a stop near the A1 and the A14 to give the dog a run and get refreshments at a family and dog-friendly historic inn.
A hidden gem of a dog-friendly country pub that we'll certainly be coming back to. Expect a warm welcome from the owners, and a short no-fuss dog walk from the door.
Easy roadside parking close to the water and the chance for a longer dog walk if you want. Really lovely walking spot and rarely crowded. Also a popular wild swimming place.
Enjoy the rural delights of the Wiltshire / Gloucestershire border at this lovely pub where walkers, dogs and horses are made very welcome. The walk is easy to find and is wonderfully quiet and flat.
This is such a charming village, and once home to Kenneth Grahame - author of Ratty and Mole in Wind in the Willows. The dog walk is simple and pleasant and there's a dog-friendly pub too.