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A really dog-friendly pub on the Bristol Channel coastline. There are so many walks here that you could stay several nights (your dog can too) and visit somewhere new every day.
On a warm day this is a perfect spot for a dog walk followed with a superb Devonshire cream tea. Understated English dog-friendly tourism at its best. Not far from the A39 and well worth stopping for.
Handy adults only campsite for touring caravans, motorhomes and tents near the town of Swaffham in Norfolk. Dog-friendly, with a walk on-site. Close to a couple of long-distance footpaths.
Stunning views from the terrace of this popular and dog-friendly cafe inside the country park.
Easy walk that dogs will adore in a remote Cotswold valley. You can make this a weekend adventure, or simply refresh the pooch on a long trip.
A dog-friendly pub with tasty local food and a lovely walk to the coast path. Poldark fans will recognise parts of the walk from filming.
An eighteenth century coaching inn near the sea, and lots of walking to keep dogs happy.
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.
A chance for your dog to frolic in the estate where Shakespeare may have (and probably didn't) poached a deer or two.
Very tranquil and peaceful woods, with well looked after paths and easy flat walking. Dog-friendly pub within a few minutes' drive.
Dog walk in a quiet and peaceful wetland nature reserve. Bird watchers will find this walk particularly interesting.
Dog-friendly inn near Penrith with a riverside walk and also dog-friendly rooms. Haweswater reservoir is nearby