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A chance to take in part of the Suffolk coast path, and get a feel for this slightly eerie and watery world. Wonderful for dogs, and some inspiring buildings and cultural activities.
Wonderful combo of riverside dog walk, dog-friendly pub and the feeling you've taken a step out of the everyday world (in a good way!).
A very hospitable seaside town for dogs and their owners, with plenty of walking space on the beach and two dog-friendly pubs with rooms, and cafes as well. Terrific, especially when the sun shines.
Extremely comfortable and well-organised hotel with a dog-friendly bar and a pretty garden with plenty of space. The dog walk is beside the river and a delight on a warm day.
A choice of dog walks, a dog-friendly hotel with a pretty riverside terrace for snacks and meals and the charms of the Exmoor National Park all around.
Ideal dog-friendly B&B close to the Hadrians Wall route and right in the centre of this part of Roman Britain.
A doggy welcoming pub in an area covered in paths.
Popular country park for dog walking, and easy to find.
By far the best route we've found over the iconic Malverns, with no stiles and minimal chance of sheep. Dog-friendly refreshments on the way, and of course those amazing views.
National Trust managed nature reserve, with connections to the writer Thomas Hardy. It's a magnificent walk high up on the Downs and a total delight and the dog will be delighted.
Best described as a 2-mile pit-stop for the dog with a top-class view and easy walking.
Pretty garden and a pleasant family feel to this historic village inn. And the dog walk is an easy circular route.