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Well-hidden down a rural lane, just under 2 miles from the A44, this village pub is popular with those in the know. Expect a friendly welcome for you and the dog.
The Boot is a bit unlucky with its location, on a bend of the A435 where most people just don't see it until too late. Once in the car park it's clear that the pub is bigger than it appears to be!
Old-school traditional black and white pub with a really friendly welcome, home-cooked food and a good dog walk from the door. Marvellous.
Try and arrive here at lunchtime and enjoy a top class meal after your walk with the dog. This is no-messing good food, sourced locally and tasting joyful.
Jem always gets excited a few miles before we get to Halfway, and this is a lovely dog stop with everything to please the travelling hound.
A big-hearted, clean and tidy pub where familes, dogs and summer campers all get a good welcome.
Warm and welcoming hostelry where dogs are welcome and the food very tasty.
Smart dog-friendly dining and a relaxing dog walk by the river. In days of yore, think highwaymen and powdered wigs, this used to be a coaching inn and it's still a perfect place to break a journey.
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.
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 remote piece of forest just to the East of Loch Lomond, where dogs can run free over miles and miles of trails.
Junction 45 Tulle, Vigeois
This ancient walled medieval town is ideal for a short break from driving.