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Pleasant tree-lined pull-in to visit two medieval moments in history with the dog.
You may be surprised to find that this little village once saw many a moment of high political action, and the castle was an important seat of power.
Dog-friendly B&B in the pub and a choice of walks to keep all dogs happy. As well as being a great place to stop for a driving break, this is also a good place to have as a holiday base.
A lonely walk, high in the moorland and an exhilarating moment for dogs and drivers when the weather is good.
Traditional Norfolk Broads pub where dogs and kids are welcome, and they do smashing cream teas too.
Close to the A1 and a civilised choice for a doggie B&B overnight stay, or just a quick break for a legstretch and snack. It's on the old Roman Ermine Street.
Dog-friendly pub with a pretty garden, and a village green for dogs who prefer a short walk and sniff. Or a longer walk on a doggie-perfect bridleway between the fields.
A modern country park created out of former farmland, and it's now looking very natural and well-established. Different routes for walkers and other park users make it a relaxed place to take the dog.
Dog-friendly inn with B&B rooms, right on the waterfront and just right for a long dog walk on the beach. Easy to find from the A39 and a good place for a journey break or weekend treat.
A good spot for a dog walk, and with views over the lake below. This is one to bring your own picnic and enjoy an al fresco munch in a pretty spot in the national park.
Relaxed and welcoming eatery which will definitely appeal to foodies with their dogs. You'll find lots of dog walking opportunities as well as the routes we've described here.
A pub with real maritime heritage and enjoying wonderful views across the sea.