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A great place for a dog walk, whether you're making a doggiestop on your journey or just looking for somewhere new to walk.
A light and airy, yet traditional village inn with rooms. Ideal for a dog-friendly stay away from the crowds.
Atmospheric and inspiring site for a picnic, and ideal for all the family and the dog.
Massively dog-friendly inn with wonderful food, B&B and amazing walks from the door. The hard part is leaving.
The England Coast Path goes through this small harbour town, and most walkers will pass through because of the path.
A Devil's Bridge, connections to Turner landscapes, and local and visiting dogs having a brilliant time in the water together. What a great place to take a break.
A brace of dog-friendly inns with micro-brewery and a stunning location. Just gorgeous.
Small village pub with good food and a warm welcome for visitors, dogs and children.
The Dukes Head Pub is dog friendly and has parking.
Miles and miles of empty beach. Doggie delight on a grand scale. Also traces of the Romans who used to be billetted here as part of the coastal defences.
A forest walk with easy paths and a fine view on a clear day. We walked up in a mist of never-ending drizzle but local dogwalkers assured us it is usually a clear and lovely walk.
A massive sandy beach with a number of large rockpools to entertain kids of all ages at low tide. Dogs have literally miles of running space and it is never crowded here.