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A traditional pub, with an all-day welcome and good menu choices to suit all appetites. Perfect for dogs and drivers on the go - but not kids under 14 unless it's warm enough to sit outside.
A section of the North Downs Way makes for a splendid dog walk, and the woodland here is one of the highest points in Kent so the views are pretty good too.
Large woodland with easy paths and lots of doggie zooming space.
A quiet and tranquil place for a break from the driving. If you close your eyes on the walk, the only sounds to be heard are from nature. Just lovely.
Quaint and rural, very traditional pub with a dog walk from the door.
In days gone by, there was a significant Roman presence here, with a couple of garrisons and several marching forts.
A fabulous little pub in the Shropshire Hills and a wonderful place to explore the rolling borderland countryside.
Evesham is perched on a bit of high ground inside a big loop of the River Avon. So with the inevitable delays getting over the bridges, traffic does build up at busy times.
Lovely dog walking in the grounds and surrounds of an elegant Victorian country house.
Dogs welcome on the beach here - and the normal rules apply: on lead, and please pick up! Out of season you're likely to have the beach to yourself and other dog-walkers.
The splendid Château Royal de Durtal completely dominates the Loir river and dates back to the 11th century when it was the stronghold of Fulk the Black.
Several walks to choose from here - all good for dogs - and a really interesting place to visit as well.
Gorgeous forest dog walks in Ballycuggaran. It's a huge space and there are a couple of marked trails to help you navigate.
The trees are a mix of firs and larch, and oaks and ash too.