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A gloriously rambling Victorian pub, almost hidden under some rampant wisteria. Dogs are welcome and there's a pretty shaded garden for hot days.
Rather a nice pub where you can sit on the green and watch the world go by if the weather's fine. Kids have a play area by the pond, within easy reach of the tables.
This must be one of the nicest towns no-one has heard of. And a dog-friendly cafe and many independent shops means that you don't need to leave the dog in the car while you go and explore.
A chance to take a walk with the dog and visit this country pub set in a very pretty riverside village.
Relaxing waterside inn with tables overlooking the river. Dog-friendly and ideal for a leisurely weekend lunch. There's also free parking by a small common which leads onto a long dog walk.
Very pretty roadside inn and grill with a traditional thatched roof and a big welcome for dogs.
Pooch-perfect place to take a break, with atmospheric castle ruins and a riverside dog walk plus a real ale pub within a few miles of its brewery.
Hailed as one of the prettiest villages in the North, the dog-friendly hotel here has pride of place.
Dog-friendly pub in the centre of the village and where families and dogs are made welcome.
Fairly close to the A134 and yet in deepest countryside. Very relaxing and with a holiday feel.
Pleasant village pub where families and dogs are welcome. Rather more than just a good local, there is real charm here and a bit of a hidden gem. It's a straight road from the A12 and easy to find.
Wonderful combo of riverside dog walk, dog-friendly pub and the feeling you've taken a step out of the everyday world (in a good way!).