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Close to the A38 and a good stopping point just after Exeter. A truly atmospheric inn dating back to the 13th century.
Sand and shingle, particularly fantastic doggie heaven beach.
Passenger and dog perfection here - with seemingly endless space for dogs and kids to go nuts.
Seconds away from the Devon Expressway you won't lose journey time by taking a dog walk break here. The inn is about 200 years old, with open fires, oak beams and a relaxing atmosphere.
Welcoming Devon country pub, with a lovely riverside walk starting nearby.
A set of spooky stone circles and atmospheric moorland makes this a fine place for a walk with the dog at any time of the year.
Croome Park (National Trust) is a great place to walk the dog - with fantastic views over the recently restored Croome Court, and some very elegant landscaping in the grounds.
Dog walk with plenty of fresh air, especially if you go up to the Beacon and trig point at the top.
Friendly and refurbed dog-friendly canalside pub with a good local reputation for their food. Definitely worth a visit, and remember to phone ahead to reserve a dog table.
Excellent walking within easy reach of the A38, and shops on the way there for picnic supplies and the loo!
Village pub that serves good food and is very close to the River Severn, with lovely walk down to the river. Dogs allowed in the bar and garden. Very friendly
This could be the perfect pub for ticking all the right boxes for drivers, dogs and passengers too.
Close to the A38 and worth the short detour for a nice dog-friendly welcome and good food.
Delightful country inn with a dog-walk from the door. We stopped for lunch and were enormously tempted to stay for much longer and see more of the area!
Off A38 at Branston 1 miles south of Burton upon Trent. Approx 2 miles flat tarmac surface around a lovely lake full of different types of wild fowl.
Originally a waterside farmhouse near Burton upon Trent, this is now a warm and welcoming dog-friendly country inn and hotel, on the banks of the river Trent. Very handy for a break from your journey.
Black and white timbered slice of history, right opposite the Abbey and lovely for a tea/coffee as well as meals. Dogs welcome in the bar and there's also dog-friendly accommodation.
Traditional and dog-friendly pub, dating back for centuries and a ghost or two to prove it.
Dog-friendly pub within easy reach of the A38 - and there's often a diversion this way so this can be a godsend.
A popular dog-friendly pub with lots of walkers, joggers, dog-walkers and families using it as a base to start their activities. Dog-friendly B&B rooms.
When you're in need of a break from the A38 before Plymouth, a family and dog-friendly country park is a good bet for some really good activities and calm in the car for the haul into Cornwall.
Close to both the A38 and the A370 this is a handy dog-friendly stop and dog walk on the west side of Bristol. Lovely friendly atmosphere, and very welcoming.
A lovely relaxing dog walk just off the A38, with the chance of an excellent pub lunch at a popular family-run 16th century inn.
A circular walk around a quiet village is a lovely antidote to a long journey. And a pub where dogs and kids are welcome makes this a great family stop.
This a great place to take a break and combine refreshments at a welcoming dog-friendly pub with a walk on the Cotswold Way to the Tyndale monument and beyond if you have time.
Perfect combo of dog-friendly pub with an interesting canalside walk too.
Just a bit of a foodie menu of posh pub classics, and food for the hungry in the bar downstairs. There's a woodland dog walk which starts from opposite the pub.
Within a few miles of the A38, this dog-friendly pub serves tasty home made food with local beers (Dartmoor Jail Ale anyone?) and a fabulous dog walk starts from the front door. Nuff said.
Traditional pub with a good local reputation. Dogs are welcome in the bar (not the restaurant).Well worth phoning ahead to book a table as the bar is quite small.
A real get-away from the road and holiday traffic - with a dog-friendly pub and a dog walk which gives you the first whiff of the seaside! The last bit depends on the wind and tide level, but for...
Pretty countryside stop with woodland dog walk and dog-friendly pub in Staffordshire.
Worcestershire is a county that seems to hide its fabulous woodland from visitors, and so the ancient oaks on this shortish circular walk may come as a surprise.
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.
Country pub with good reviews for the food and service. Dogs on leads are welcome in the bar. Look out for the church tower, it's very impressive.
Seconds away from the Lichfield Road, here's a dog-friendly pub with an easy walk along a towpath to a relaxing water park.
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!
This is an unusual pitstop from the A38 and will please not only dogs, but also travellers with an interest in medieval buildings and history.
A real dog-pleaser of a walk, and it's good for families too. There's also a fully accessible route on a former railway.
Dog-friendly and welcoming village inn close to the A38 and Dartington. Good spot for a break on your journey and a short walk on a green lane.
If you're just totally fed up with driving and need to get fresh air, and a lot of wide towpath for yourself and the dog - this is the dog-stop for you!
A dog-friendly riverside pub with big-hearted food and perfect for a driving break and change of scene.
Step back in time for a visit to the 15th century - but with up-to-date meals and service.
A fine 18th century pub on the edge of the Mendip Hills. There are loads of walks around here for dogs and people to enjoy so this is somewhere to return time and time again.
This is a village with an ancient past, and easily missed by drivers on the busy A38.
Old-fashioned canalside pub with an easy dog walk on the Trent and Mersey canal towpath.
Very popular walking spot for dog walkers, and it's easy to see why. A glorious mix of woodland and river.