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This is a more people-centred walk than usual, as Warwick is such a big tourist attraction.
There's 900 acres of parkland at Shugborough, and this is now in the hands of the National Trust.
Country pub set off the road, and with a handy walk over fields for the dog nearby. Short opening hours, they are basically a weekend pub with a focus on live music.
A Grade 2 listed, dog-friendly coaching inn sounds perfect for a doggiestop. You'll find loads of atmosphere (a ghost too apparently!), great food or just a coffee, and walks on the doorstep.
Larger than it seems to be at first, this is one of Jem's favourites. There's woodland, a stream, a big play area for children - and lots of space.
The park has been created out of the grounds of the derelict Elmdon Hall, and there are views over the Midlands from the high ground.
The woodland here is perfect for dogs to really let off steam and thunder through the trees at speed.
A woodland walk full of fab sniffing and zooming space for dogs. And a good place to revive weary drivers too. After your walk it's a 4 minute drive for refreshments.
Marvellous dog-friendly pub and well worth making a detour for. Jem loves it here because they have carpet, and he can get really comfortable for a snooze.
Riverside country inn with tables next to the water. Totally perfect for kids and dogs to safely splash and cool down!
The hotel is opposite the farm where Shakespeare's in-laws lived, and this is an interesting little village to visit. Like so many of the inns in this area, the building itself is so old it's amazing.
Cole Bank park is squashed between the M6 and the Chester Road, which doesn't sound great - but, it's the starting point for a circular riverside walk by the River Cole - one of those rivers that are...