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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!
A laid-back village pub that's in the heart of the community, and also gives a warm welcome to visitors. Walks all around, and hearty rural portions.
A stream for doggie splashing in the shade and then an inn of considerable charm. What's not to enjoy here?
Small locals pub in a village with much charm of the black-and-white Tudor type.
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.
Rural village pub with banter at the bar, and generous portions. Friendly, relaxed and there's an enormous beer garden. Popular with walkers and cyclists. Really good beer.
Perfect combo of dog-friendly pub with an interesting canalside walk too.
Friendly traditional pub with roaring fires, flagstones and everything you'd expect from a popular inn that dates back to the 16th century.
A very handy dog walk to know about if you're staying on the east side of Loch Lomond. Jem loved this one, and so did we - even in the rain.
You'll find the remains of two castles in this remote corner of a windswept corner of the Solway wetlands.
River and woodland dog walk that's close to Craignure, for ferry crossings to Oban.
If you're staying on Mull this walk's a pleasant way to spend an afternoon.