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A dog-friendly and welcoming rural pub where drovers used to halt, and the story goes that Sir Walter Scott penned Rob Roy here.
Very atmospheric dog walk with plenty to see, not only the birds in the reserve but also some fascinating marshes and low land drainage (really!). It's like a different world.
Starting from an iconic tea house this is a fully accessible section for a dog walk on the Viking Way.
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 stretch of seaside park where dogs can really stretch their legs. It's also a good place for looking at local wildlife and enjoying some sea breezes.
We discovered this pet-friendly hotel very recently after dropping family off at Stansted airport. So yes, it's very handy for the airport and also for some exploring in Essex.
A perfect dog walk when you or the dog are in the mood for big open spaces and solitude. But probably not the dog walk for a foggy, wet day when it could be a bit spooky.
A short walk across boardwalks and close to the water.
A fully accessible walk along a former rail track, now part of the Weavers Way footpath. It's an easy walk and has no stiles or livestock to contend with.
A short stop here after the M5 feels a bit like time travel. And very relaxing it is too.
We loved this tiny village at the back of beyond, and the dogs had a great time on the walk here. The dog-friendly pub does cracking good food. All in all, a very dog-friendly find.
A dog-friendly pub with real historic interest. Part of Lorna Doone was written here and General Eisenhower slept here. Your dog can stay too, there are dog-friendly rooms.