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Close to the Fosseway (A46) and worth a detour for lunch. The village itself is a delight, with a brook running down the street - and this will be a total magnet for labs and the water woofers.
Close to the A38 and worth the short detour for a nice dog-friendly welcome and good food.
Junction 4 Dijon-Est
The walk here is in a set of leisure lakes, with good facilities and quite a lot going on. It's also a really easy place to get to, and just a few minutes away from the motorway exit.
Definitely worth leaving the autoroute to explore this tiny medieval village, with a couple of very appetising boulangerie / patisserie, a deer park and enticingly dozey atmosphere.
Truly lovely wildflower meadows and arboretum, and an outdoor gym to liven up the driver. Lots of off-lead dog walking in an exceptionally well tended reserve.
Short but lovely walk, with a doggie swimming pool at the far end and a dog friendly pub/hotel to look forward to after the climb out of the dale at the end of the walk.
Dogs will definitely appreciate the 90 acre Memorial Park here, which is cut through by a number of trails including the Fred Perry Way and the Valley Way.
A 12th century inn in the heart of a pretty Wiltshire village close to the A303. Dogs are made to feel very welcome and there is plenty of paw stretching to enjoy.
Impressive castle ruins with fabulous views of Stainmore Pass.
Great food, an outstanding view, and a very unique building with a full-on dog walk from the door. Oh yes, and awash with history.
Village inn dating back to the 18th century, and in the heart of rural Leicestershire. Families, dogs and everyone who enjoys a traditional pub atmosphere gets a warm welcome.
Relaxed and friendly canal-side centre with facilities and walking routes to historic sites. Good for families, dogs and the curious.