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A 300 acre combination of woodland and steep grassy hill on the Eastern fringes of Oxford.
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.
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.
Dogs allowed at this small, sandy beach set in a bay. It's a large harbour, sheltered by high cliffs.
Our local park - it's at its best early in the morning and feels like the countryside.
A gloriously sheep and stile-free walk in an ancient forest that's now part of the Pembrokeshire national park.
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! ...
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.
A riverside walk near pubs and cafes, as well as the famous view from the top.
Tiny village pub, wall to wall dogs, humour and tasty food.
An outstandingly pretty village where during the day the sounds are just of sheep bleating, and tall rushes bending and swaying in the river.