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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.
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).
Friendly inn welcoming dogs and children set in a charming village with thatched executive homes.
Very low-key country pub that has a lot more to offer than you'd guess from the outside. Good food, an easy off-lead dog walk with no livestock or stiles and this is one we'll be coming back to.
Paw-fectly named village and dog-friendly pub. And very handy for a break from the A10.
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 walkies and leisurely eating.
Dog-friendly inn and plenty of dog walking paths in this small village, renowned for its treacle mines. Treacle mining has apparently been a running joke since the 18th century, really?
A dog-friendly inn with a riverside dog walk, and a snapshot of 'old Hertfordshire' makes this an interesting place to take a break.
Great name for a dog-friendly cafe! This one is in the centre of the town and connected to plenty of local dog walking routes.
Welcoming family and dog-friendly village pub not too far from the A10 with a straightforward and easy to follow walkies with no stiles.
Easy dog walk and a very likeable dog-friendly village pub. It's a slice of rural Hertfordshire not many people get to see.
Relaxing walk within easy reach of the A10, or Ermine Street for traditionalists, and a 16th century dog and child-friendly pub for refreshments.