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Traditional inn - dating back to the 17th century - with modern facilities and comforts! Several dog-friendly rooms, and well-behaved dogs on leads also welcome in the bar.
A one-room locals' pub, with the WCs across the road! Dog-friendly and generally welcoming.
What a find! A country park that's ideal for families with plenty of grass for dog walks, as well as lots of activities you can enjoy even on a quick visit.
Large open spaces for dogs to romp in the shadow of an abbey ruin. Make sure you have your English Heritage card with you.
Atmospheric and ancient place, where kids and dogs have the most brilliant time. Lots of woodland and paths, and helpful boards to explain the history.
A great place to stop and take a break from the A39 if your passengers like a dog-friendly beach, a grassy walk, a dog-friendly pub and a shop as well if you just want a snack. What more do you need?
Junction 49 Marck est
Before or after a ferry crossing this enormous sandy beach is a great place to take in fresh air and sea breezes.
Big open beach at low tide, but almost completely submerged at high tide. Dogs are allowed all year round.
Ideal dog walking on geologically fascinating heathland. Read all about it on the information board there, and let the dog enjoy the space.
Junction 38 St Inglevert
Dogs allowed on the beach, France
Another massive beach on the Opal Coast, with no dog restrictions.
Look out for the tumbling WW2 bunker here, and the amazing rock pools that surround it.
This beautiful park is a great place for dogs to visit. It's a really tranquil place which has glorious woodlands and lakeside walks as well as formal gardens in the grounds of a former manor house.
An easy 4 mile dog walk, starting from the very atmospheric ruins of Kenilworth Castle.