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A friendly village pub where dogs and families are welcome. The 16th century building is on the main road so it couldn't be easier to find. Just a couple of miles from the M40 Jct 8.
Friendly pub with loads of parking space, and a nice welcome for strangers and their dogs.
A mix of fields and woodlands surrounding a lake. To begin with we thought the park was just a sailing centre, but there's much more to it than that and dogs can enjoy a really good walk here.
On a warm, sunny day this is a charming spot to walk the dog and then bask on the waterfront terrace and watch the ripples go by.
An easy dog walk along the towpath, with the benefit of lots of kids' activities at the start. Pedalo and canoe hire is available, and the atmosphere is relaxed and laid back.
Homely village pub with tasty home-cooked food. Access to the dog walk needs a bit of road walking.
This 16th century coaching inn is a good all-rounder, and makes a useful stopping spot close to the M42 and NEC.
A quiet spot in the Cambrian Mountains near Newtown where dogs can really have a good leg-stretch and enjoy woodland sniffing too. We quite often picnic here and rarely see anyone else.
A real opportunity to explore a 16th century village inn, dog-friendly of course, and admire the thatched cottages and tiny 15th century church nearby.
A large car park, easy access to the river and tasty food makes this a popular place to enjoy an easy dog walk, with doggie swimming, and take a break.
This dog-friendly haven is quite close to the Grand Union canal, and it's an old building. So a bit of a rarity in MK.