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A good 'last chance' off-lead stop before getting into London, there are fantastic views over London from the top of the hill - and it really feels like 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.
An outstandingly pretty village where during the day the sounds are just of sheep bleating, and tall rushes bending and swaying in the river.
Pretty riverside pub with a large waterside garden and a short doggie legstretch in woodland.
This walk can be as short or long as you like; it's a long-distance footpath and beautifully signed so you can't possibly get lost.
Part of the charm of the pub is their easy-access car park. So if you're getting used to driving a motorhome this is a hassle-free place to stop.
Traditional village pub with a fine welcome for dogs, and a walk starting pretty much from the front door.
Friendly and welcoming dog-friendly pub with pleasant rooms in a separate annex. Very well-placed for visits to nearby Stow, Bourton and Burford.