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Super exhilarating dog walk country, with the bonus here of a site of a series of ancient castles - starting in the Bronze Age.
There isn't a castle but legend says that this was the site of Arthur's Camelot. Whether this is true or not it is the site of an iron age hill fort.
Quite close to the A37, this is a very pretty historic market town with a dog-friendly pub and dog walk and plenty to see besides.
Large farm shop with cafe, foodie delights and a nice "dog jog" walking field
Lovely space to let the dog go mad for a bit.
A good spot for a dog walk, and with views over the lake below. This is one to bring your own picnic and enjoy an al fresco munch in a pretty spot in the national park.
Rural dog-friendly pub and a dog walk in the heart of the countryside yet just a few miles from the A303.
A choice of dog walks for travel weary dogs and drivers, starting from a family-run country inn with particularly good locally sourced unpretentious food.
Everything a pub should be, with the added bonus of good food. Good for a pitstop on your journey, or a brilliant temporary local if you're staying nearby or in one of their dog-friendly rooms.
A pretty 17th century country inn, complete with traditionally thatched roof and fine provender. A nice mix of old and new, and a short dog walk to work up an appetite for lunch.
A fabulous wood for a dog walk, with several interesting historic moments to look out for too. Very safe for dogs and kids, and easily walkable from the town if you're staying nearby.
Lovely country inn with a dog walk from the door, in one of the county's sweetest valleys. Easy to reach from Bath or Bristol if you're heading towards Devon.