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Tucked away in the Surrey Hills, these woodlands are calming and inspirational. Charles Darwin often walked past these trees although whether he had a dog or not is open to question.
Circular walk around the water, with more ups and downs than you might expect. Also popular for bird watching.
A walk with glorious views along the top of the South Downs. It is a dog's delight and a great spot to break your journey.
Fully accessible 14km leisure walk over the bed of a former railway line. So it's pretty flat too. The parking here is more or less in the middle of the route. Handy for the A22.
A village that will be very familiar to fans of Midsomer Murders and Foyle's War. It is a really pretty place and the pub is very friendly and welcomes dogs.
A village with a dog-friendly pub at either end, and a pleasant dog walk in the forest.
Dogs and kids will love the chance to race into a small, clean river at the start of the walk and the village pub is friendly and welcoming.
Top end lunch in the classic car capital, and a lovely river walk with the pooch. More of a day out than a doggiestop, and very good for the spirits it is too.
On the map this appears to be a quiet, even insignificant village. Once you're there it does punch above its weight in history and heritage.
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.
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.
On a sunny day it's really lovely here. The walk goes partly along the banks of the River Moy and then around the grounds of Belleek Manor (now a hotel).