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Traditional Welsh coaching inn still serving coach parties after all these years. Two pool tables & a dart board and Wifi throughout the pub. Roaring fire in winter and garden tables in summer.
A quirky, dog-friendly celebration of style and a definite one-off in the area. The historic building is genuine Tudor and quite special.
When we're driving into Wales, this is one of Jem's favourite places to stop. The building itself is a traditional Welsh longhouse, and the view from the garden is fantastic in sunny weather.
A great walk for families with dogs and just off the A39. This can be a lifesaver when the traffic is heavy. And if you're staying nearby the longer trails are well worth exploring.
Rural pubby pub with lots of green space around it, and dogs are welcome. Popular with weekenders when the sun is shining. Good for families.
Hugely welcoming and dog-friendly pub that's well worth a bit of a wiggle down country lanes to get there. It's set in an enviable spot with magnificent country views.
A welcoming and relaxed country inn with several comfortable little rooms for dining or snacking. Light and airy, and not a bit grubby-pubby.
A dog-friendly dining pub that's on our 'one to watch' list. Owner Simon took this run-down village pub over in late 2018 and has started his to-do list with the food.
Pretty riverside pub with a large waterside garden and a short doggie legstretch in woodland.
An active country pub with lots going on, and a welcoming feel.
A dog-friendly pub, literally in the middle of nowhere, and a complete delight. A hidden gem, apart from the lots of people who have already found it. And the walk from the door is doggie-perfect.
Exposed beams and rustic decor in a Georgian country inn serving real ales and British pub classics. And a hearty dog walk too.