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A warm and welcoming inn that's half in Wales and half in England. They specialise in roasts, and the warm comforting aroma of Sunday lunch (but not just on Sundays) is a joy!
From the outside the pub looks far from special, but inside is warm, clean and welcoming. It's like stepping into another world. The view from the main dining room is totally outstanding.
If you're driving north from Harrogate don't miss out on the chance to look at this absolutely unique village.
A gloriously rambling Victorian pub, almost hidden under some rampant wisteria. Dogs are welcome and there's a pretty shaded garden for hot days.
Stunning 600-year old building, complete with priesthole, witch marks and incredible timbers. It's dog-friendly of course, and well worth a visit just to soak in the atmosphere.
Dogs are made very welcome in this village inn, and on a fine day a table overlooking the lake is a delight. It's a good family stop too with a playground.
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.
One of the very best garden tea rooms we've seen this year. The flowers are a delight and the cakes here are light and calorie-free.
An outstanding and dog-welcoming hotel with river frontage and moorings. It's an idyllic base from which to explore the South Lakes and woodlands.
A brace of dog-friendly inns with micro-brewery and a stunning location. Just gorgeous.
As warm and doggie-welcoming as you could wish, this country pub has a clean and smart interior. The back bar with the woodburner is a delight. It's really easy to get here from the A590.
A quiet village seems unlikely this close to the Lea Valley and two motorways, but here it is. With a dog-friendly pub, a short dog walk with space for ball ganes and doggie zoomies.