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A really nice place to take a break for a dog walk if you're on the A6 north of Market Harborough.
Canalside dog-friendly pub, with walks on the towpath right from the door.
A wonderfully dog-friendly hotel with charming old-school hospitality. I was astonished by the outside of the building, well worth a gawp, and going inside feels like entering a stage set.
If driver and dog are short on a leg stretch, this is a great place to stop and not too far from the A14.
A pretty pub, slightly off the main tourist streets and not that easy to find! It's a good base for exploring the town and wider area if you're staying in Wells.
Just the place for some spiritual refreshment, an excellent farm shop and a stroll around the ancient village is a delight. Dogs are generally welcomed, although not in the churches.
A walk that feels like an extra-terrestrial experience as you cross the massive expanse of saltmarshes here. A genuinely awesome outdoor moment with the dog and highly recommended.
A gentle stroll with the dog beside a river and over fields. The village and its pub are the stuff that tourism brochures are made of. Delightful.
Calling all Sherlock Holmes fans with dogs. The Adventures of the Dancing Men was written here, and Conan Doyle was a regular visitor. They even have a blue plaque on the pub wall.
Such a traditional setting, a dog-friendly pub over-looking the green and a village of pretty cottages. Plenty of space for socially distanced tables.
Dog-friendly pub with rooms, right on the sea front and just a paw away from the coast path. Follow the brightly painted houses into the town and you get the whole town and beach in just a few steps.
Relaxed and friendly pub with a massive welcome for dogs. It's a short walk away from the main square and a lot less hectic. The town is the birthplace of Lord Nelson and worth a stroll around.