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The joy of a walk along an old rail track is that you don't need to worry about directions, and the paths stay pretty clean in even the worst downpours.
A living museum with plenty of walking and a genuinely interesting attraction for all the family to enjoy. Allow a couple of hours for your visit at least.
Take a short break from driving, or spend the day at this exquisite castle and dog-friendly grounds.
Dogs are welcome at the ruins of an old monastery close to the river Tees and a small dog beach.
Really welcoming village pub, with lots of outdoor space and dog-friendly areas. North of Ipswich and easy to find from the A12.
A 40-minute circular walk from a dog-friendly pub, or just a doggie comfort break on the village green. Ideal for a driving break near Saxmundham.
An easy to find dog-friendly pub and easy dog walk between St Neots and Cambridge.
A village with two dog-friendly inns for B&B, coffees, meals and refreshment on the A1. They've been looking after people on the move for centuries. And the dogs have a good long walk to explore.
Close to the A1 and a civilised choice for a doggie B&B overnight stay, or just a quick break for a legstretch and snack. It's on the old Roman Ermine Street.
If you're heading towards Norfolk with the dogs, it's worth stopping here for a relatively uncrowded provisioning stop, and an easy to follow dog walk along the course of the old Nene.
This can be quite an exciting walk with the dog past the site of the Battlefield of Maldon in 991. It seems that the local worthy, Earl Byrhtnoth took on the Vikings and lost the battle and his head.
A splendid dog-friendly pub. The village is near the foothills of the Quantock Hills and Francis Drake was married here in 1583.