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Large open spaces for dogs to romp in the shadow of an abbey ruin. Make sure you have your English Heritage card with you.
Relaxing walk within easy reach of the A10, or Ermine Street for traditionalists, and a 16th century dog and child-friendly pub for refreshments.
A very welcoming country pub with hearty eating for the hungry, and also snacks and light meals too. Children and dogs welcome.
If you've not explored much of Essex, this almost secret countryside is well worth a visit. The dog walk here crosses the River Stort, a very unspoiled waterway that rises and ends entirely in Essex.
A dog-friendly inn with a riverside dog walk, and a snapshot of 'old Hertfordshire' makes this an interesting place to take a break.
Lots for dogs to enjoy in the 235 acres of this gorgeous park. Much of it is wild meadow (avoid in hay fever season if you're a sufferer).
Welcoming family and dog-friendly village pub not too far from the A10 with a straightforward and easy to follow walkies with no stiles.
A good dog walk from a smartened up country pub where children and dogs are welcome. It's a tad over 5 miles from the A10 and a good destination pub for weekend dog walkies and leisurely eating.
Love the name of this village - and dogs will enjoy the dog walk here with a dog-friendly pub for coffees or cold drinks. Very handy for a break from the A10.
Very civilised dog-friendly dining pub within easy reach from the A10. And the village is worth an explore too.
You've got choices here, either a pub stop and short walk on the green or a wonderful river walk (dry days only) from a car park just outside the village and the option of driving up to the village...
A welcome refuge from the A10 with gentle woodland walking for dogs and drivers to enjoy. There's a variety of birds, trees and ground cover that's interesting for kids of all ages to identify.