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A great place for a dog walk, whether you're making a doggiestop on your journey or just looking for somewhere new to walk.
A short but handy doggie pitstop in the grounds of an historic deer park. It's a pleasant spot for a picnic.
Take time out from your journey into a pub that was built in the 1500s and a dog walk over rolling fields. On a sunny day this is a treasure.
Pretty village inn dating from the 1700s and a foodie delight. Very easy to follow dog walk from the door.
Relaxing walk within easy reach of the A10, or Ermine Street for traditionalists, and a 16th century dog and child-friendly pub for refreshments.
A quiet little village, with a friendly pub and pleasant short dog walk.
A quiet and tranquil dog walk, close to the A35 for a quick doggiestop on your journey. Fully enclosed and there's a mix of woodland and a field.
Very good for an emergency dog or child pitstop near Cirencester
On the right day, this walk is one of the area's highlights and a really dramatic experience. So you need to pick a sunny day after a week of heavy rain to get the most of it.
An inn with a large car park, easy to spot from the main road and well placed for a break on your journey. As travellers have been doing for centuries.
Dog-friendly pub with a generous car park and easy access to the coast path for a long walk with the dog.
Short and stimulating 3-mile walk, passing a Bronze Age hill fort and enjoying glorious views from one of the Dark Peak's most iconic beauty spots.