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So much more than a pitstop for drivers and dogs. This pretty village is full of quaint charm and the 16th century village pub is a delight. The walk takes you into a different world.
A modern Chilterns pub that sits on the routes of three footpaths, so perfectly placed for a dog walk.
A 17th century coaching inn that's had new life and creativity breathed into it by a talented restaurant team. It's a fine and dog-friendly place to take a driving break.
A walk with the dog along timeless stone-walled tracks, through fields rich in wild-flowers and the gentle hum of busy insects.
Dog-friendly pub within easy reach of popular woodland trails.
Very laid-back establishment on the banks of the river. Dogs are welcome and the outside seating overlooking the water is fabulous.
Village pub that's a popular focus in the centre of the village. Traditional pub meals served, and dogs are welcome in the bar and garden.
A very good doggie pitstop just off the A496. And worth a much longer explore if you're staying in the area.
If you're looking for sheepfree walks in Wales, then the Forestry Commission can usually be relied on to provide one. Perfect for dogs. Perfect for people too.
A lovely varied dog walk off the A14, combining lush woodland with the estuary of the River Orwell. Totally perfect for dogs.
There's good gentle walking here over a pleasant mix of grass and woodland with plenty of space for dogs to really enjoy themselves. A handy walk to know about if you're visiting Manchester.
Before we stopped here, I had no idea that this small town is the source of the county name of Somerset and was the capital of historic Wessex.