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Formerly a hunting area for hungry spiritual types from Chertsey Abbey, this 100 acre area of meadows and woodland by the River Blackwater is crossed by plenty of paths, including part of the...
Easy-to-find dog-friendly pub with no narrow lanes to contend with. Ideal for a campervan stop - or even a stop-over.
There is just one path here, which runs along the side of the Labrador-ideal river, so the route is there-and-back. The path itself is exceptionally well maintained, and stays firm in wet weather.
Very dog-friendly country pub, with good food available too.
A favourite with local dog owners, this deceptively spacious park is doggie delight. We didn't see anyone there without a dog - and we really enjoyed the friendly and welcoming atmosphere in the park.
Acres of woodland, with a choice of four marked trails. Just the job for dogs who've got bored of sandy paws. On hot days these shaded paths are just what a dog needs.
Amidst the historic buildings - not only the abbey but also a Jacobean Hall built with some of the abbey's stones - there are some charming dog walks around the lake and parkland.
Five star views from this handy stopping point for a dog walk on the A483.
The sense of quiet is extraordinary here, and no amount of canine snuffling and splashing in the stream seems to disturb. A glorious walking spot.
Dog walk with plenty of fresh air, especially if you go up to the Beacon and trig point at the top.
Great National Trust park with miles of walking. Lack of dog poo bins is a slight downside. Variety of areas: Lake side (water front); park; hills. Nice view of the castle.
Country park with wildflower meadows and popular with local dog-walkers and families. Woodland, and quite a lot of variety in the landscape with the remains of a Roman villa and a castle