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Two pubs appear to be battling it out on the same waterside turf here! Both do decent food and we thought the Sun had the edge on dog-friendliness. Ideal spot for a doggie legstretch on the green.
Very pretty roadside inn and grill with a traditional thatched roof and a big welcome for dogs.
A really pretty Cumbrian village and it wins a lot of the 'best kept' 'best flowers' competitions. Until the railway came the market here was of real importance but now just the cobbles remain.
Easy to find from the A1 near Belford, and if you're here at lunchtime a much better food option than the Services nearby.
Hailed as one of the prettiest villages in the North, the dog-friendly hotel here has pride of place.
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.
Warm and comfortable old-fashioned hospitality and Norfolk charm here. A great weekend get-away, and definitely worth investigating if you're staying nearby.
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.
A dog-friendly pub that's most convenient for a walk in the National Trust estate just beyond the hedge.
Such a pretty exterior and garden, happily matched with the food on offer. A perfect dog-friendly retreat and close to the attractions of north Norfolk.
A bright and airy dog-friendly pub with B&B rooms on the Norfolk coastal path for long walkies. A wonderful location.
A small village with postcard views whichever way you look. The church you'll walk past was painted several times by Constable and the village got a mention in the Domesday Book.