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A real paw-stretcher of a walk in Forestry Commission woodland near Bewdley.
A charming black-and-white timbered Grade II listed, 16th century country inn with a friendly welcome for drivers and dogs.
You'll find this dog-friendly pub in the shadow of the Malvern Hills, which adds quite a bit to the atmosphere. A dog walk from the door, plus B&B rooms and camping makes this one to add to the list.
Big open space, with views and a mix of sniffing and romping options for dogs. The M5 is close by, but there's no access to this super walk from the motorway.
Stunning countryside with loads and loads of paths. It's close to the M5 and the A49 and on a clear day this is hard to beat for a dog walk.
Take a step back in time to this welcoming rural pub. Dogs, children, campers, motorhomes are all well looked after here, and you can even release your pigeons too!
A black-and-white timbered Tudor pub set in a tiny village will give you a taste of the 'full rustic'.
Pubby rural pub, close to the start of lots of good walks and dog-friendly. This is the 'real life' pub that features in the Archers, so there's the Ambridge Bar and so on inside.
You start with an unrivalled view of 16 counties, the dog can go nuts on the many paths, and then there's the very lovely Morris and Brown cafe to come back to. Perfect!
Fabulous dog walking in Middle Earth. Yup, the real thing! The dog won't care but kids can look for hobbits.
If you need a calm space to walk the dog, then the busy Wyre Forest down the road with gazillions of activities isn't going to cut it.
This inn is just opposite the village pond in a postcard pretty Cotswold hamlet.