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Located on the edge of the River Teifi, offering extraordinary estuary and countryside views, which can be seen from multiple outside terraces and restaurant dining areas.
A wonderful woodland walkies for dogs, and with lots of different paths to explore.
A cool and shady woodland walk around, or up, a hill. It's very quiet here and we saw just one other walker at a distance away.
A linear walk with hard-surfaced path and an easy route to follow.
One of the best hill fort remains in England, although the earthworks are all you see today. It must have been a really imposing centre all those years ago.
An outdoor cafe where dogs can sit with you, and a longer walk away from the National Trust property.
We're charmed by this outstandingly good 16th century country inn with an arboretum for a back garden. Worth the detour to enjoy a very special moment.
With a £5 parking fee you'll want to spend a good while at Chatsworth to get your money's worth. Especially as some areas, including the house are off-limites to dogs.
A pretty and welcoming dog-friendly cafe with a fabulous walk from the door in one direction, and a doggie swimming spot in the river in the other. Perfect family stop, and B&B accommodation too.
Easy dog walk and very good dog-friendly pub.
A pleasant shady walk along a former railway track and just under 4 miles from the M1 Junction 35A. It's worlds away from the busy motorway.
A happy dog-friendly cafe and a walk along a pretty canal with woodland glades.