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Pleasant tree-lined pull-in to visit two medieval moments in history with the dog.
A short dog walk where you can experience a slice of Kentish history.
Slightly eerie dog walk beside a river, and a dog-friendly riverside pub with tasty food and a warm welcome.
A short dog walk through a big chunk of local history, and with a good view from the top.
Dog-friendly pub with food Wednesday to Sunday, and a village with its roots deep in prehistory. It's full of legends about witches and warlocks, so tread lightly hereabouts!
Deep in the heart of Exmoor, this pub is a great place to return to after an invigorating dog walk. It is a traditional country inn where everyone, both human and canine, is made to feel very welcome.
Traditional pub on the Worcestershire / Shropshire border. A warm welcome awaits and there is a fine walk on common land.
Lovely dog walk within easy reach of the A19. It's well worth bringing a snack and spending some quality time with the dog - but pick a sunny day.
Not the place for a quick pitstop with the dog, but ideal for a longer visit. This is an activity forest, so the parking charges are more than you might expect.
There's something dramatic about taking the dog for a walk around a Roman fort close to Hadrian's Wall. You've got to wonder if there are any ancient doggie sniffs for the pooch to savour.
I was expecting something quite grand here, fooled by the work 'palace' no doubt. In the event the park used to be farmland, so the terrain is quite unusual for a public park.
Country pub set off the road, and with a handy walk over fields for the dog nearby. Short opening hours, they are basically a weekend pub with a focus on live music.