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The name of the village is almost as good as Little Snoring, so we couldn't resist this one.
A laid-back village pub that's in the heart of the community, and also gives a warm welcome to visitors. Walks all around, and hearty rural portions.
One of the DwD team favourites if we're nearby. Very traditional, historic inn with a very friendly atmosphere.
Welcoming village pub, with a relaxed atmosphere and plenty of space for families, and of course dogs.
Keen dog walkers can really get carried away here with a web of canals and towpaths to enjoy. And a cheerful canalside pub for refreshments. Excellent doggiestop off the A51.
Junction 56 Wherstead
An easy stroll along the side of an enormous reservoir, absolutely one of the easiest walks to navigate - you can't possibly get lost! This is quite close to Junction 56 of the A14
If you're just totally fed up with driving and need to get fresh air, and a lot of wide towpath for yourself and the dog - this is the dog-stop for you!
Junction 55 Souillac
In the heart of the Dordogne valley, this small town has a great combination of good places to eat, charming old buildings and an excellent dog walk too.
Junction 33 Niort Sud, Frontenay
A forest walk with any number of paths to explore. You'll also find plenty of facilities in the nearby town of Beavoir-sur-Niort, and the 15th century windmill just off the D1 is a delight.
The inn here was once a drover's hostel and still has its original oak beams, open log fire and stone flagged floors, with one of only two original bull 'ook games in the Yorkshire Dales.
Relaxed and friendly pub/restaurant with seafood and oysters the speciality. Dogs and kids welcomed in a spirit of continental sanity.
Right in the middle of a very cute village the dog-friendly Bell Inn is a great place for a dog walk followed by a pint and pub food.