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Dog-friendly pub in the heart of Lytham St Anne's. Thanks to Driving with Dogs member Rachel Stretch for this recommendation.
The village here was created by John Corbett, a Midland industrialist who made a fortune here with a massive salt works.
The building here has all the wow factor you need, it's just stunning. Steeped in history, it's highly likely Shakespeare drank here - along with most of the taverns near Stratford.
Easy to find dog-friendly pub just off the A39 after (west of) Bridgwater. If the holiday mood is getting strained this is a handy place to take a break.
Falling Foss is a delightful waterfall, accessed through woodland on either side of Littlebeck and Maybeck.
Said to be the second biggest open space in Essex there's plenty of space for dogs to go totally nuts and get really tired out. The routes have no stiles
Dog-friendly traditional pub in the Cotswolds, and ideal for reasonably priced after-walkies refreshment. Popular with walkers.
Fenced big area with everything a dog needs. River, forest and meadows, plenty of space for a dog to run.
Dogs welcome in bar area ( not main restaurant). Comfortable seating/ tables log fire in winter. Food available. Outside river view pub garden with porch area for hot days. Friendly staff.
Lovely relaxing dog walk along the Birmingham and Fazeley canal towpath, with side paths into a nature reserve. The towpath is well-maintained and clean underfoot.
Well-placed dog-friendly pub with easy access to the canal, Loch Ness visitor attractions and visitor centre.
Dog-friendly paradise for walks and dog-friendly refreshments and close to Maidstone for a weekend walkies, or just 2 miles from Junction 8 of the M20 and 2.