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Relaxed walking in the grounds of a once grand estate, with plenty of woodland for shaded cool and a delightful sense of timelessness.
Good combo of an easy dog walk along a canal and a dog-friendly pub for refreshments.
Very easy to access this oasis of tranquillity off the A51 and an ideal spot for a journey break if you have kids on board.
Doggie delight of a walk, quite close to the A3 for a quick walkies on your journey or a fabulous long weekend walkies.
Surprisingly large park with plenty of paths and a large car park too. A very handy doggiestop on the way out of London, especially if you're about to get onto the M25.
Farm cafe, dogs allowed outside. Heated patio. Nice walks from the cafe around the Benningborough Hall Estate
Avoid this one in peak tourist season, but definitely try for a stop here at quieter times of the year. The town has plenty of dog-friendly shops and a surprisingly large park just behind the centre.
A welcome spot for a doggie comfort break, with swimming and off-lead sniffing along woodland paths. On the hot day we were there the river was awash with dogs, children and loads of happy shrieking.
Starting from an iconic tea house this is a fully accessible section of the Viking Way. So once you're trodden in the footsteps of the horned invaders, what could be better than a pot of tea and cake?
An extraordinary natural phenomenon of a now-you-see it, now-you-don't large water mere in the middle of the forest.
Traditional hospitality, rolling waves and incredible atmosphere.
If you need a calm space to walk the dog, then the busy Wyre Forest down the road with gazillions of activities isn't going to cut it.