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Easy-going woodland walk, with history and a tower worthy of Rapunzel. Dogs will love the sniffing and wild scents.
Astonishingly old inn, closer in time to 1066 than the present day. Full of atmosphere and dog-friendly.
A pub with a view, and what a good one. It overlooks the pretty Box Valley and is a lovely spot for a walk.
There are few more idyllic places than a dog-friendly pub with its own cricket pitch. This is a lovely place to visit and dogs will enjoy their walkies, whether it is long or short.
A popular traditional pub in a pretty village. Well-behaved dogs are very welcome and the walk is easy and convenient.
Easy to spot dog-friendly coaching inn on the A350 near Warminster.
A peaceful place to walk the dog near a busy town, this country park has 100 acres of fields and woodland to wander around and explore
Picture-perfect English village where you can enjoy a lemonade on the village green, and an easy walk with the dog from the door. Absolutely gorgeous.
Close to the Somerset border, this is a beautiful 17th century pub and very convenient for a fine walk with the dog.
Best described as a 2-mile pit-stop for the dog with a top-class view and easy walking.
What an extraordinary place. This is the only pub in the country with a fully-functioning rifle range in the bar. The welcome is warm and the walk is fun so there is lots for everyone to enjoy.
Super-comfortable country pub with dog-friendly rooms in a recently updated 18th century thatched building. Very convenient for a break on the A30 between Shaftesbury and Salisbury.
A tiny riverside village alongside the River Avon with a dog-friendly country pub and rural dog walk route.
Welcoming dog-friendly pub in a small riverside town with quirky charm. The dog walk has big views on a clear day, and is downhill all the way back.
A really friendly bar/cafe in Bradford on Avon. A canalside towpath is just a short step away, so water loving dogs will be well satisfied.
Beautiful countryside and open space which dogs will adore. The views looking over Cranborne Chase are a joy.
An easy-going dog walk that's very popular with local dog-folk, and an interesting place to take a break even without a dog! Great views and a sense of brooding history.
Safe off-lead dog walk in woodland with firm paths and free parking. Ideal for mid-journey walkies without getting completely muddy.
This dog walk is a fabulous chance to get a snapshot of rural Wiltshire life, and find out what you've been missing on the M4. And the dog-friendly pub is very award-winning.
Just a walk here, and you'll find plenty of space for dogs to let off steam.
Rural village inn with a homely feel. Dogs and families are welcome, and if you're making a break from your journey this feels a bit like time travel (in a good way).
A quiet and peaceful woodland where dogs have plenty of sniffing and romping space. The only time it gets busy is during the bluebell season, otherwise this is tranquillity itself.
A dog walk and dog-friendly pub in a village between Chippenham and Devizes.
Close to the M4 and also on the Fosse Way, this coaching inn has been a comfortable place for travellers to refresh for centuries. Today you'll find tasty food and a good dog walk from the door.
Woodland where dogs can run free and have a great time under the trees. Nice for a usually people-free walk and interesting for family nature-spotting.
Fourteenth century pub with bags of atmosphere and a fresh modern approach to food. Dogs are welcome in the bar, and walks are easy to find from the village.
Popular woodland country park, very clean and good for dogs, families and has accessible pathways. Very calm once you're away from the car park.
This is a good stop for either a packed lunch and canalside amble, or a moment in the pub garden and towpath walk.
For great dog walks, this is one of the finest parts of Wiltshire. The pub is wonderful, the village beautiful and dogs will be thrilled at the brilliant walkies here.
Very welcoming and popular establishment, and worth the narrow lanes to get to. The pub has impeccable foodie credentials, but isn't in the least bit pretentious. An absolute find.
A really comfortable place to break your journey. Dogs are welcome inside and the village itself is charming. This is a lovely part of Wiltshire and it is well worth spending some time here.
Family-run village dining pub with a welcoming atmosphere and highly enticing aroma of food.
On a warm day you can't beat a walk near water for its feel good factor. On this walk you can walk to the nearby community inn for a tasty meal or snack, and then stroll back.
Broad Chalke is a delightful village in the beautiful Chalke Valley and has been the home of the great and good including Terry Pratchett and Cecil Beaton amongst others.
A 12th century inn in the heart of a pretty Wiltshire village close to the A303. Dogs are made to feel very welcome and there is plenty of paw stretching to enjoy.
A lovely dining pub with reliably great food, and dogs are welcome in the bar. If you're looking to meet up for a proper lunch with friends or on business, then give this one a try.
Guaranteed to delight water loving dogs, the pub dates from Tudor times and has a great view over the River Avon. A choice of waterside walks awaits, either by the river or on the canal towpath.
This is a lovely village pub on the edge of an attractive village. Dogs are made very welcome the the riverside walk is delightful.
This is a tremendous place to stop so allow plenty of time for dogs, kids and everyone to celebrate the big spaces and heritage here. Just wonderful.
Dog-friendly inn with B&B in the pretty Thames town of Cricklade. On the A419 and a good base if you're exploring the area.
There's a circular lakeside walk here, giving 40-50 minutes of comfortable walking well away from the more crowded cafe areas. If time permits, the haunted Hall is worth a look.
Just off the A36 near Warminster, this is a really quiet village that has a truly rural feel. The pub is charming and the walk is a good one so make the most of it.
A pub where it is really easy to relax and enjoy a comfortable break whatever the season. The walk is a delight so it is a winner for people and dogs.
Really handy if you and the dog are in need of a tasty snack and walkies on the A30. The inn also has dog-friendly B&B rooms and a Mutts Menu. And the walk is nice.
The chunky stone in the photo marks the spot where, possibly, the English nation was formed.
Short stroll with the dog and a dog-friendly upmarket dining pub in the Nadder Valley and close to the A303. The village was once called 'Stop', which is as good a reason to take break as any!
Traditional dog-friendly and welcoming village inn, with a straightforward and enjoyable dog walk from the door.
Award-winning country dining pub with mouth-wateringly good food. Ideal place to meet up with friends or family for grown-up dining.
Walk in the footsteps of Siegfried Sassoon who spent his final years in this attractive village. The pub is a 16th century coaching inn and is very dog-friendly.
A choice of iconic monuments to walk the dog and see what's to see, and then get a snack and coffee (or a full meal) in a traditional family- and dog-friendly inn.
Good stop for families with a dog. More of a saunter than a dog walk, but if you have young kids on board this could be a lifeline to sanity.
Tucked away on the edge of Salisbury Plain, this is a delightful pub which is well worth visiting.
A dining pub with great food and a pleasant welcome for people and dogs. Plus a circular walk or shorter options and no stiles or sheep.
For getting away from it all with your dog, this is perfect. Rural and peaceful and well away from the hurly burly of normal life.
If you have never been to Lacock before, you may be surprised by how much you recognise. It has been the location for a number of TV series including Pride and Prejudice, Cranford and Downton Abbey.
A wonderful combination of a great dog walk and very friendly pub. This is the perfect place to relax and enjoy time with Fido.
This is a really atmospheric and beautifully shady space for a dog walk. Several of the oak trees are named, and have boards identifying them - such as the 'King' oak.
Enjoy the rural delights of the Wiltshire / Gloucestershire border at this lovely pub where walkers, dogs and horses are made very welcome. The walk is easy to find and is wonderfully quiet and flat.
A former coaching inn in a very sweet Wiltshire village.
Short but sweet walk through ancient woodlands on the edge of Salisbury Plain.
Happy hounds are guaranteed after a visit to this former farmhouse which has become a most enchanting pub.
One of the most impressive stretches of engineering on the British waterways system. A treat for dog walkers and canal enthusiasts.
This is a forest of varying walks for all levels of dog walker.
The village is on the banks of the River Avon between the Cotswolds and the North Wessex Downs. The pub here is very dog-friendly and really convenient for a break from the M4.
Country pub with a dog walk starting from the car park. A complete change from the motorway for sure. Suggest phoning before you arrive to check they are open and whether you need a reservation.
Outstanding dog-friendly village pub that is a real one-off. They are uncompromisingly organic and have Soil Association accreditation and awards for their efforts.
Oh yum! If you're looking for a dog-friendly place to break your journey, with outstandingly good but still affordable food - try this one! The pub has gained some impressive accolades, Michelin Bib...
Lots of good things to be said for taking a break from the A4 in this village. The walk is an ideal and safe dog run, and the pub is a clever combo of cafe and dining pub.
There's plenty to explore in the glorious surrounding countryside, including the chalk downs.
Apart from a dog walk and a lovely pub, be prepared for a full on cute attack here. Views, walkies, overall loveliness - it's all here. Easy for an A350 doggiestop and not bad for the A303 as well.
Expect fine things at this Pub of the Year 2019/20 and do book ahead! Despite the accolades this is a grounded and welcoming pub and the farm shop is a treat if you're on the way to self-catering...
Just the place for a stop, and particularly good when you're travelling with several generations plus the dog and need everything in one place.
A 13th century village that has starred in many a film, and is definitely worth making a short stop for on your journey. Or even as a day trip if you're based nearby.
Dog-friendly pub that is so close to the motorway that you can almost smell it, never mind hear it.
What a pretty place. The village is really pretty and the walk is a doggy delight. There is so much to enjoy and the pub offers a really warm welcome to people and dogs.
Ideal walking space for dogs on the edge of Swindon. There is loads of space to charge around in. Fido and Fifi will all be delighted that you brought them here.
Dog owners of Swindon (in the pic) are so lucky to have this wonderful pub nearby. It is a really friendly place for dogs, people and horses and the walk is an easygoing treat.
This is a fine all-weather walk on a hard surface path around the lake, with easy access for buggies and wheelchair users.
Very traditional and attractive Cotswold village with the broad lanes and imposing houses typical of the good fortune earned through the wool trade.
This is one of Wiltshire's most beautiful areas and former prime minister Anthony Eden spent his twilight years in Alvediston. The pub is massively dog-friendly and the walk will please Fido no end.
A long straight forest path is an easy dog walk. But you can find all sorts of natural treasures on either side of the path.
Very pretty and dog-friendly inn with a stream running through the garden. Lovely for paw-cooling on a hot day.
If you're visiting Bradford, this out-of-the-way rural and dog-friendly pub is good for easy parking, a dog walk from the car park and sensibly priced lunch or snacks. A practical choice.
A really comfy pub with a great local reputation for its food. Dogs are made to feel very welcome so there is lots to enjoy.
On the border of Dorset and Wiltshire this is a spaniel and labrador sort of country inn, where your excellent food is likely to have been shot locally.
Junction 17 on the M4 seems to be the best junction for drivers with dogs to make an exit, enjoy a relaxing walk with the dog and pick and choose from the many dog-friendly pubs in the area.
If you are looking for somewhere to return to again and again for your walkies, this place should do the trick. There are loads of walks to enjoy and you can pick up leaflets from the visitor centre.
Atmospheric walk beside the lakes, and a chance to greet the infant River Thames.
There has been a pub on this spot since the 18th century and it is a comfortable place to spend some time. Dogs are welcome and there is a short walk to enjoy.