A glorious moment for the dogs and drivers to get the legs moving in this near deserted forest, with a well-signed path and every opportunity for a good off-lead scamper under the trees.
Perched high on a hill overlooking the lavender fields is this utterly charming and picturesque medieval walled citadel.
Big walkies time here, with an enormous forest with nearly endless opportunities to get the dogs well and truly tired out. It's just as good for a motorway pit-stop - just remember not to walk so far!
You may recognise this delightful village from the Midsomer Murders series.
What's not to like about an 18th century dog-friendly inn with a pile of freshly laundered dog towels in the hall for muddy dogs? And the walk here is almost guaranteed to end up with a soggie doggie.
Good fun stopping place between Selkirk and Moffat, especially after heavy rain when the waterfall is in full spate. It's worth the clamber to the top for big views on a clear day.
Much praised dog-friendly inn and dog walk in a charming Warwickshire village, just below the start of the Cotswold Hills.
Walking in the most rugged coastline and spectacular scenery on the east coast. This is also a site of special scientific interest, famous for its bird colonies.
There are 250 acres of parkland here, giving plenty of space to exercise the most demanding of dogs in this island of calm amidst the transport network.
A truly enormous forest with 11,000 hectares for outdoor enthusiasts. People come here for the mountain biking, bird watching, and hiking.
Lovely country pub, with fabulous locally sourced food. Excellent walking country, with several routes in and around the Lugg Valley.
Rural tavern with a bit of a poachers and smugglers feel to it. Not too much space inside, so you may find yourself cuddling up to a Cap'n Jack Sparrow. Fossil museum inside the pub.