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If you like quirky historical factoids, Wissant deserves a moment of your time.
You'll find this dog and child-friendly farm shop and cafe just off the A46 near Evesham. The shop (open 9am-6pm) is small, but well-stocked and you can easily do a big shop here.
This is a great walk for dogs and drivers, despite the sad memorial for some forty hop-pickers who were drowned in the 1850s when their wooden cart overturned and they were flung into the fast-flowing...
Marvellous and dog-friendly gardens overlooking the Thames. Just pawfect for a bit of human-time after a summer dog walk.
The road stops here and everyone comes to walk by the loch, or to have a go at walking to the top of Scotland's most southerly and relatively easy Munro (hill).
The gardens welcome dogs on leads and are best visited in Spring when many of the blooms are at their best. It's a very pleasant stroll with the dog, with fantastic views over to the isles.
A relaxing dog walk to a small waterfall on clear paths. Look out for some gnarly, ancient trees on your way. This is a great sniffari walk for dogs.
Wonderfully big and dog-friendly beach when the tide is out. Time for doggie football or frizbees on a grand scale.
The waterfalls draw people here, and scare a lot of dog owners too! But away from the river there's a really good woodland dog walk.
A very calm and shady garden where you can see the extraordinary climate of the Rhins at work. Dogs are welcome on lead, and you may well spot a red squirrel dashing from tree to tree.
Inside the unassuming exterior of this gastro-pub with dog-friendly B&B rooms you'll find a warm welcome and sophisticated interior.
A dog-friendly hotel with rooms halfway between Hawick and Jedburgh. Ideally placed for a stopover in the Borders and with a really good dog walk from the door.