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A mega-popular weekend leisure spot at the end of a peninsula with a dog-friendly cafe and tiny beach. Telescope and topograph for keen sea-spotters.
An astonishing country park with lots to do and see. Dogs, kids and adults will all be able to find something of interest here.
This is a wonderfully busy little market town, with a number of cafes as well as dog-friendly pubs and a thriving atmosphere. I'd not heard of it before, but what a great place for a weekend away.
Once you've reached the car park on the narrow winding lane, the woodland seems to appear from nowhere. It's a good sized wood and the paths are in very good condition.
Another of our favourite dog-friendly pubs in the Wolds, with good food and a warm welcome to visitors. In warm weather the garden tables are a delight for a glass of cool lemonade after your walk.
An easy walk along a flat, surfaced former railway line that's now a multi-user path with fine views over the surrounding countryside and waterway.
A magical place that you'll most likely have to yourself, and the dog. Honestly, if I'd known that Essex was like this we'd have been here for holidays long before now.
A Travelodge motel with a small country park literally on the doorstep, and really close for Heathrow if you need to stay over to pick someone up and have the dog with you.
A short dog walk where you can experience a slice of Kentish history.
Dog-friendly coaching inn where you and the dog can take a break from Ermine Street (A603) and get a coffee in a village where the Romans used to stop to refill their water bottles.
Another great village pub that's been saved by the community, and with a choice of walks from the door. Always good to find these hidden gems and support them.
If you've not explored much of Essex, this almost secret countryside is well worth a visit. The dog walk here crosses the River Stort, a very unspoiled waterway that rises and ends entirely in Essex.