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Once a busy coaching stop, the three large inns in this small village must have been a hub for news, gossip and the latest fashions from London in the 1700s.
Allow yourself time to enjoy a visit to this extraordinary 13th century pub, and the waterfall next door. Absolute time travel and everywhere is dog-friendly.
Canalside and dog-friendly pub with an electric charge point in the car park.
If you want a dog-friendly pub that’s easy to find, and with a modern approach to service and food choices then this country inn should suit.
Keen dog walkers can really get carried away here with a web of canals and towpaths to enjoy. And a cheerful canalside pub for refreshments. Excellent doggiestop off the A51.
Calm and relaxing atmosphere at this dog-friendly cafe set in the middle of a community enterprise. Perfect doggiestop if you enjoy home-made cakes
A rustic village pub that's worth going out of your way for.
Dog-friendly dining close to Denbigh, and also close to the Offa's Dyke path. The pub has been restored and improved by the current owners and is well worth seeking out.
The Crown's very welcoming, and ideal for a stop no matter what time of day it may be. Dogs are welcome in the first bar, where you are able to have restaurant menu choices too.
If you're looking for an authentic local pub this could be it. Traditional cob walls, low ceilings and a blazing log fire - together with over 400 years of refreshing the community.
Upmarket and dog-friendly establishment with an amazing terrace hanging over the river. The mill wheel still turns - not for grinding corn anymore though.
This is a village with an ancient past, and easily missed by drivers on the busy A38.