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A charming black-and-white timbered Grade II listed, 16th century country inn with a friendly welcome for drivers and dogs.
The lovely Rose and Crown is dog-friendly throughout, and has an adorable pub dog who just loves people.
Junction 38 St Inglevert
As well as clear and easy walking paths for an excellent walk with the dog, this forest is famous for 'Blanchard's Column'.
The first arboretum created here was at the behest of the Marquis Melchior de Polignac, son of the widow Pommery, so that the employees of the famous champagne house could have an elegant space to...
The medieval timbered Old Town of Troyes is well worth stopping to explore - and many UK drivers choose to stop here overnight in one of the several dog-friendly hotels Finding a park for the dog is...
What an amazing place this is! A series of enormous lakes devoted to leisure facilities of all kinds, not just water sports.
This quaint small town with its celebrated gothic-style cathedral, elegant Flanders town houses and thriving market is an ideal place for a first (or last) night in France.
This is such is a useful stop, especially if you have children on board too as there is plenty to occupy youngsters as well as dogs. And the cafe is a gem.
Brilliantly dog-friendly pub with Sunday dog walks and all sorts of waggy fun. And cracking good food too.
Great combo of dog walk and visit to a ruined castle with its own beach on the Firth of Lorn and an ancient chapel too. The castle is one of the oldest in Scotland and has loads of history to tell.
The dog-friendly beach is scattered with big rocks, and is sandy. The car park is a shortish walk from the clifftop, and then a steep scamble down a lot of steps to reach the beach.
As a dog walking destination this isn't always perfect, but if you are trying to juggle the demands and interests of friends and family there is a lot here to occupy everyone happily, not least the...