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If you're travelling on the Stena Ferry to Holland from the UK your dog will enjoy a good long coastal walk before you get on the ferry.
Relaxed and welcoming almost village-like doggie welcoming pub on the edge of Chelmsford. And with a walk that starts from the front door too.
A relaxing short circular dog walk, and a family-run pub with its own micro-brewery in the pretty Vale of Taunton. If you happen to be heading this way it's definitely worth a stop.
On a hot day this is the pawfect place to stop for a bite and let the dog enjoy a really good romp on the dog-friendly beach.
We love this combo of dog-friendly pub and the chance to head up to a really atmospheric ancient hill fort with the dog.
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.
A carefully looked after nature reserve just of the A420 adn ideal for a calming walk with the pooch and the chance to relax and enjoy the positivity of this lovely place.
The chunky stone in the photo marks the spot where, possibly, the English nation was formed.
Quiet and relaxed village not too far from the A361 and Shepton Mallet if you fancy a pub meal, and a walk with the dog.
A really comfortable place to break your journey. Dogs are welcome inside and the village itself is charming. This is a lovely part of Wiltshire and it is well worth spending some time here.
A pub with a view, and what a good one. It overlooks the pretty Box Valley and is a lovely spot for a walk.
A village with deep historic roots, and a fine place to stop for a driving break and dog walk. The ancient inn is well worth a stop to admire the building.