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A fabulous dog walk on the Cotswolds Way for people and dogs, and then a fine inn to return to. The walk has no stiles or livestock.
Traditional and dog-friendly pub, dating back for centuries and a ghost or two to prove it. Other dog-friendly cafes and eateries also available.
Black and white timbered slice of history, right opposite the Abbey and lovely for a tea/coffee as well as meals. Dogs welcome in the bar and there's also dog-friendly accommodation.
Ramblers association footpath going through beautiful new forest woodland leading down to Symonds Yat.
Loads of space for dogs to flap their ears and have a good off-lead run here at the very edge of the Cotswolds.
Dog walk with no sheep, stiles or roads in woodland with views, historical interest and easy to follow paths. It's about 2 miles/45 minutes.
This is the pub that the Prancing Pony in Lord of the Rings is said to be based on. Apparently it was a regular stopping point for Tolkien on his commute between Oxford and Birmingham.
Close to one of the prettiest riverside spots in the Cotswolds and a heavenly spot on a quiet day.
Wonderful dog-friendly inn where pooch can expect to be wrapped in nose to tail comfort and tasty sausage breakfasts.
A half-hour or so meander with the dog through this secluded village wood on public footpaths makes a great time-out moment from the M5.
Village pub that serves good food and is very close to the River Severn, with lovely walk down to the river. Dogs allowed in the bar and garden. Very friendly
A National Trust property where the car park has a fenced in dog walk section at the far end of the car park for a safe doggie comfort break.