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Relaxing doggiestop near Yeovil, with a traditional and welcoming village pub and an easy dog walk by the river.
There's almost no limit on how far you can walk here, so it's ideal for a doggie pitstop, or a full on long walkies if you're here for longer.
To get a real feel for a traditional canal-side pub (but much cleaner!) this is the one to head for. Incredibly the pub has been run by the same family for over 150 years, which must be a record.
The pub is deceptive - bigger inside than you'd think from the car park, and it's strong on food too. The walk is an easy one to find, and dogs get a good off-lead run.
A dog-friendly, picturesque, black and white timbered country pub and a very easy-going walk from the front door. Stopping for walkies couldn't be easier!
A lovely introduction to the coast path with the chance to scramble down onto a 'private' beach. Plus a couple of friendly dog-friendly pubs and cafes at your half-way point.
Handy for the M40 Junction 5 and 6. An unusual part of the county as the woodland here is owned either by the Forestry Commission or the National Trust. Excellent news for dog-walkers.
Fabulous dog-walking from a 16th century inn in gloriously unspoiled countryside.
We found this was a good combo of dog-friendly pub and short dog walk, with the site of the Battle of Naseby just a few miles away if you get inspired by the 'oldness' of everything around here.
A former stage coach inn, dog-friendly and welcoming. It dates from the 16th century and must have seen all sorts of shenanigans in its time. Today this is a fine spot for a driving break.
Warm and friendly pub that is a pleasure to visit after a big bound with the hound on the Yorkshire moors. It's one of those really nice places, listed in a number of the 'Good ...
17th century dog-friendly pub with a modern feel, and a fabulous location. In summer you can sit on the grass watching canal boats go by, and in winter there are several fires and woodburners.