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Pretty little pub in the centre of an affluent village boasting two very large duck ponds.
Friendly and welcoming pub, where the landlord has a mass of local knowledge at his fingertips. Dogs are welcome, and you'll probably encounter locals with their dogs too.
A very hospitable seaside town for dogs and their owners, with plenty of walking space on the beach and two dog-friendly pubs with rooms, and cafes as well. Terrific, especially when the sun shines.
A relaxing short circular dog walk, and a family-run pub with its own micro-brewery in the pretty Vale of Taunton. If you happen to be heading this way it's definitely worth a stop.
A choice of dog walks, a dog-friendly hotel with a pretty riverside terrace for snacks and meals and the charms of the Exmoor National Park all around.
Very rural village inn with a choice of easy dog walks from the door.
A proper locals pub which warmly welcomes visitors and their dogs. Don't be too surprised if you find yourself sharing a table with one of the locals ghosts.
We love this combo of dog-friendly pub and the chance to head up to a really atmospheric ancient hill fort with the dog.
Pretty garden and a pleasant family feel to this historic village inn. And the dog walk is an easy circular route.
Not far from Yeovil and the A37 but miles away in atmosphere. It's a tad foodie, but less pretentious than some and the 15th century building is a delight.
A really friendly bar/cafe in Bradford on Avon. A canalside towpath is just a short step away, so water loving dogs will be well satisfied.
Village inn with a lot of character and a straightforward no-frills approach. The walk is a cracker once you get going.