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A barn, converted to become a modern coaching inn and within easy reach of good long dog walks. Dogs, walkers and drivers are made welcome and there's a blazing log fire in winter.
If you want a dog-friendly pub that's easy to find, and with a modern approach to service and food choices then this country inn should suit.
Old-fashioned canalside pub with an easy dog walk on the Trent and Mersey canal towpath.
Junction 27 Neufchatel-Hardelot
A small but outstanding nature reserve where a mix of peat bog and sand form a unique environment in which native, but now rare, dragonflies, frogs and birds can find sanctuary.
Junction 18 Mont de Marsan
The village is on the Santiago de Compostela pilgrims' footpath, and has more restaurants to refresh tired walkers than you might expect.
This 45-60 minute walk manages to get in most of the dramatic events of the Camargue region in one go! ...
Once a lair for marauding pirates this small town is now one of the largest marinas for yachts and pleasure boats in the Med.
A short circular walk along the bed of a former railway track that's now a mini-arboretum of fruit trees.
Junction 43 Masseret
We were amazed how dog-friendly and relaxing this little village is. The tower on top of the hill in the village is next to a cheerful and welcoming restaurant, with outside tables.
Junction 17 A645 - Montrjeau
This arboretum is a real celebration of trees, and was one of first to be established in the region - nearly 100 years ago.
Great dog walks in France off the D25
Fabulous place for a walk, and lots to see in this unique maritime forest and environs. Just gorgeous. A climb up the lighthouse is great for kids (but no dogs).
An enormous forest with a number of trails to choose from, or just to chill out under the trees with a picnic while the dog explores the many scents on offer.