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Much praised dog-friendly inn and dog walk in a charming Warwickshire village, just below the start of the Cotswold Hills.
16th century dog-friendly pub in a pretty Warwickshire village. Lovely warming fire in the colder months and garden tables in the summer.
A really nice place to take a break for a dog walk if you're on the A6 north of Market Harborough.
An easy scenic dog and family walk on the English side of the River Wye, with a great view of the ruins of an abbey full of history. Excellent refreshments in the 12th century dog-friendly inn.
As soon as you walk around the first corner in the lane from the car park, the noise and fumes of the traffic drop away, and the sense of space and quiet here is totally amazing.
Worcestershire is a county that seems to hide its fabulous woodland from visitors, and so the ancient oaks on this shortish circular walk may come as a surprise.
Canalside dog-friendly pub, with walks on the towpath right from the door.
Lovely place to take a break, with endless walkies space in the forest and a small town nearby for provisions. If you're staying in the area this is one to come back to for a longer walk.
Away from the more popular beach walks, this is a fine spot for a dog walk with a handy National Trust snack kiosk and information point, as well as a dog-friendly hotel with wonderful afternoon teas.
Country park with several lakes and a network of paths between them. Easy parking for large vehicles in the enormous car park.
From the road it's impossible to guess at the real size and age of this historic and interesting dog-friendly pub. The garden is large and it feels as if you're sitting alone in the countryside.
Relaxed family park with loads of space for dogs and kids to let off steam. You can either take your own picnic or grab a coffee from the cafe.