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There's 250 acres of dog walking in a country park that's still finding its feet. The charm lies in the bits and pieces of history still visible in the park - although they are not over-obvious.
Seriously old and dog-friendly pub, with rustic charm and friendly atmosphere. It's in the Vale of Evesham, so you'll find good locally-sourced food.
This walk lies along the towpath of the disused Grantham canal - now a haven for wildlife. And dogs.
A circular Woodland walk of about 5000 Metres -or longer if you go 'off piste' there is a car park and a hard standing path for the main route and many trails off into the trees.
Skellingthorpe has a great dog walk. The path is a path that leads to Newark one way and unsure about the other way.
Gorgeous 15th century dog-friendly village pub in one of Warwickshire's nicest villages. Log fire, beams and good cheer in abundance.
Quite a busy pub, seemingly well-supported by the local community. There's plenty of room inside and a welcoming feel to the place.
Small rural dog-friendly pub, with flagged floors and beams. Gets busy in summer and warm weekends.
Very atmospheric black and white village inn with a dog walk from the door.
Riverside pub overlooking the River Avon.
From the pub you can see the River Avon rushing past on the last leg of its journey to join the Severn in a headlong dash to the sea.
Stunningly pretty little village, and the inn here is one of those lovely locals with great food, walks on the door-step and a fine welcome for well-behaved dogs.