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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.
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.
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.
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...
Large open spaces for dogs to romp in the shadow of an abbey ruin. Make sure you have your English Heritage card with you.
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 rather good country dining pub with a roomy car park and easy access from the A11. Dogs are welcome and there's a really long dog walk for very energetic hounds. You don't have to do all of it!
Village pub with a dog walk from the doorstep. The pub's been trading since 1769, and is still thriving.
Plenty of walking to be had in this 2,400 acre reservoir and countryside centre. Close to both the A1 and also the A14.
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.
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.
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.