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Dog-friendly pub close to a couple of long-distance paths for walkies long or short, and with an impressive local reputation for its food.
Village pub and community hub with a fabulous walk from the door.
A simple linear dog walk on a track with hedgerows bursting with wildlife and wild flowers.
A chance to walk the dog and enjoy a moment of local history on the site of the Battle of Radcot Bridge. This was young Richard the 2nd v the Earl of Derby (for the people). The people triumphed.
Good dog walking country between Stokenchurch and Lewknor, with a number of woodland paths to vary the route if this becomes a regular walk place. It is hilly, but there are sitting spots.
Posh and proud of it, a country inn with immense style. And close to a delightful dog walk. Dogs are welcome, or in their own words: "We welcome dogs as long as they don't eat our bantums!"
A stream for doggie splashing in the shade and then an inn of considerable charm. What's not to enjoy here?
Rural pub in a village famous for its watercress, and a dog walk with no stiles. The author of 'Three Men in a Boat', Jerome K Jerome lived close to the village.
This walk can be as short or long as you like; it's a long-distance footpath and beautifully signed so you can't possibly get lost.
Try and arrive here at lunchtime and enjoy a top class meal after your walk with the dog. This is no-messing good food, sourced locally and tasting joyful.
Great chance to take the dog for walkies on one of the nation's best loved trails, and enjoy the views, fresh air and heritage.
Dog-friendly pub with excellent pub food and a warm welcome. Lots of footpaths nearby, and this is a less-visited part of the Cotswolds and so agreeably quiet throughout the year.