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A former clay pit that has been transformed into a fine country park. It's an excellent place for walking, particularly around the lake, and is very popular with local dog walkers.
A choice of three marked walks for you and the dog through enchanting woodland, steeped in history and impeccably cared for by the Cambridge Preservation Society.
Village pub with a dog walk from the doorstep. The pub's been trading since 1769, and is still thriving.
A 4 acre private enclosed dog field just one minute from junction 16 of A1(M), ten mins from A14. High fences. With obstacles, shelter, picnic bench, dog toys, water and poo bags.
Riverside walk with several views of the Great Ouse, a working mill and a dog-friendly pub. People come here on holiday, and it's easy to see why. As a dog-friendly stop off the A14 it's brilliant.
A pleasant stroll with the dog through a small village onto open fields. The community pub is welcoming and helpful.
Dog-friendly pub with a pretty garden, and a village green for dogs who prefer a short walk and sniff. Or a longer walk on a doggie-perfect bridleway between the fields.
A friendly and welcoming country pub, with a 35 minute circular dog walk to keep Fido happy. Dog-friendly B&B rooms here too. Miles better than the A11 services nearby.
An easy and relaxing dog walk through fields alongside the River Cam. I read somewhere that war poet Rupert Brooke and Virginia Woolf used to skinny dip in the river by moonlight.
Dog and family-friendly historic pub and circular dog walk close to the A10 near Royston
Enjoy lunch in a very old coaching inn where Dickens used to spin yarns by the fireplace and then walk it off on a riverside path with lots of doggy romping space.
Plenty of walking to be had in this 2,400 acre reservoir and countryside centre. Close to both the A1 and also the A14.
Flat grasslands walk popular with local dog owners.
A fenland dog walk and dog-friendly pub that's close to Wisbech. You're on the Old Bedford Levels here, home of the famous experiment that proved the earth isn't flat.
Created on the flood plain of the Great Ouse river, this is a great place to walk your dog. It's popular with local dog walkers and well-supplied with poo-bins.
Junction 23 Spittals Interchange
A gem of dog-friendly village pubs, with a big open garden, great food, and surrounded by fantastic dog walks. Definitely worth a short detour to get here, it's just under 5 miles from the A14.
A wild walk over the fens with the dog is just the thing for a clearing of the mind and a real break from driving.
A traditional pub that's well equipped for families and their dogs. Relaxed and friendly atmosphere.
Large open spaces for dogs to romp in the shadow of an abbey ruin. Make sure you have your English Heritage card with you.
Close to the A1 and a civilised choice for a doggie B&B overnight stay, or just a quick break for a legstretch and snack. It's on the old Roman Ermine Street.
Another very good dog-friendly pub near the M11 and the Imperial War Museum, and a very easy to follow dog walk to the young River Cam to enjoy.
Excellent walking with the dog here, surrounded by the lapping water of the River Ouse.
A friendly dining pub, perfect for a dog-friendly meetup with friends not far from the A1 or the A14 and Huntingdon.
If you're heading towards Norfolk with the dogs, it's worth stopping here for a relatively uncrowded provisioning stop, and an easy to follow dog walk along the course of the old Nene.
Smart gastro-pub just outside Cambridge, and within a moment of the M11 Jct 13. The dog walk is a there-and-back over fields, and there's a shorter option if you need to keep your feet dry.
Junction 15 Northbound
Rural there-and-back walk to a piece of calm ancient woodland between Huntingdon and Peterborough.
An outstanding, blow your socks off historic watermill on the banks of the Great Ouse.
A village with two dog-friendly inns for B&B, coffees, meals and refreshment on the A1. They've been looking after people on the move for centuries. And the dogs have a good long walk to explore.
Dog-friendly coaching inn where you and the dog can take a break from Ermine Street (A603) and get a coffee in a village where the Romans used to stop to refill their water bottles.
A very handy place for a stop near the A1 and the A14 to give the dog a run and get refreshments at a family and dog-friendly historic inn.
We came here on a miserable rainy day in January, and the car park was a muddy quagmire - so definitely put the wellies and dog towel in if the weather's wet! The walk is good for senior dogs or the...
Dog-friendly pub right on the Great Ouse river, and with dog walks straight from the door.
A short stroll by the river with the dog, and then the chance of refreshment at an award-winning country pub. Dogs are welcome there in the bar and outside.
Junction 30 Dry Drayton Interchange
Village pub with good cafe menu in a pub ambience. Dogs are welcome and the garden is quite large. The walk is very short and boisterous dogs will feel cheated. Less than a mile from the A14.
Why put up with miserable roadside Services when you can stop in a pretty village, take the dog with you into a family-friendly pub, go for a walk and even stay overnight without leaving precious...
Fully accessible dog walk on flat paths through a nature reserve, and a child and dog-friendly Tudor inn with roaring fires in winter and a garden in summer.
Junction 33 Milton Interchange
Well-organised and relaxing country park, ideal for dog walking. It seemed like a very gentle and calm place when we were there.
You've got choices here, either a pub stop and short walk on the green or a wonderful river walk (dry days only) from a car park just outside the village and the option of driving up to the village...
A dog walk off the A14 with no parking hassles. Don't be put off by the industrial approach to this walk - it's worth it once you're away from the car.
Nature reserve with 170 acres of grasslands, meadows, lakes, and woods. Dogs are allowed off lead however, certain parts of the nature reserve require dogs to be kept on a lead.
A large car park, easy access to the river and tasty food makes this a popular place to enjoy an easy dog walk, with doggie swimming, and take a break.
Very easy to reach dog walk off the A1 near St Neots. A series of lakes with well marked paths and an attractive mix of water and wildflowers. Lovely walking for people and dogs.
Dog-friendly country pub just outside Cambridge, and ideal for a weekend walk and meal well outside the city. Also handy for the A14 coming in from Bury.
An easy to find dog-friendly pub and easy dog walk between St Neots and Cambridge.
A lovely walk up and over one of the few hills in the Cambridge area. The walk gives stunning views over Cambridge and the surrounding area.
Calm and tranquil dog-friendly village pub near the A14 just north of Cambridge. The dog walk can be a stress-busting 3 mile yomp, or just a potter in the fields.
Extremely comfortable and well-organised hotel with a dog-friendly bar and a pretty garden with plenty of space. The dog walk is beside the river and a delight on a warm day.
A traditional village, with some really attractive thatched cottages, a village green and pleasantly slow pace.
Another great village pub that's been saved by the community, and with a choice of walks from the door. Always good to find these hidden gems and support them.