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A 300 acre combination of woodland and steep grassy hill on the Eastern fringes of Oxford.
A gloriously sheep and stile-free walk in an ancient forest that's now part of the Pembrokeshire national park.
A park that's great for kids and dogs, with 60 acres of grass and easy-going woodland paths. Plus a couple of exciting playgrounds and a steam train called Margaret.
A riverside walk near pubs and cafes, as well as the famous view from the top.
Dogs allowed at this small, sandy beach set in a bay. It's a large harbour, sheltered by high cliffs.
Stroll around 50 acres of diverse countryside, not massively exciting but the dog will be happy to escape the A40 if it's a bad traffic day. There are 2.5 km of paths which are fully accessible.
Our local park - it's at its best early in the morning and feels like the countryside.
Walk through an enchanting bluebell wood, and then enjoy a visit to a traditionally tiny Oxfordshire pub - with a dog under nearly all the tables! Easy to reach between Chinnor and Watlington, and...
A delightful 17th century inn with easy access to walks and the River Wye for particularly hot dogs.
Jem always gets excited a few miles before we get to Halfway, and this is a lovely dog stop with everything to please the travelling hound.
Tiny village pub, wall to wall dogs, humour and tasty food.
A country inn with great food, and a choice of dog walks from the door ticks all the boxes for me and Jem. You can also stay in wonderful dog-friendly rooms. A big treat for pooch and person.