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Country pub set off the road, and with a handy walk over fields for the dog nearby. Short opening hours, they are basically a weekend pub with a focus on live music.
Easy dog walking on an old railway line that is now a leisure path.
Dog walk in a quiet and peaceful wetland nature reserve. Bird watchers will find this walk particularly interesting.
There are plenty of tracks and paths to explore in this lovely woodland. Particularly beautiful in the Spring when the flowers are at their finest but a brilliant place to visit throughout the year.
A good paw stretcher through an old forest. The coastline, when you get there, is so beautiful that you will not want to leave.
Walk to the beach and enjoy some quiet countryside. Then check in at the lovely old pub with tons of atmosphere, and ever so dog-friendly.
Another fabulous dog walking adventure in the forest. This car park seems to be the local favourite and your dog will find herself with plenty of new doggie friends here.
Another great dog walk space in the enormous Hurt Forest. This is one of the more popular car parks and there's an honesty box for donations.
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.
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.
Country pub close to the A14 and also the battlefield at Naseby. So if your interest in Civil War battles is limited, you can look forward to a warm up in the dog-friendly pub here.
Pretty village, with a well-signed walk and also a dog-friendly country pub. The village is in the middle of the Rutland, Melton and Leicester triangle and easy to find.