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The dog-friendly inn has a clean, contemporary almost Scandinavian feel. But tradition has not been forgotten. Thomas Hardy and his dog, Wessex, are on record as having visited the Inn in 1927.
Traditional country pub with carpets and shiny horse brasses around the chimney. An easy dog walk with no stiles.
Warm and welcoming dog-friendly dining pub with great food.
A truly authentic pub experience that transports you back in time at least a century, maybe more. Exceptionally friendly and welcoming to dogs and drivers.
Award-winning and dog-friendly pub hidden away in countryside between the A30 and the A38 on the west of Exeter.
Less than 4 miles from Junction 28, this pretty dining pub with an Italian chef makes a motorway doggiestop a bit of a treat. This isn't fast food, it's proper dining.
Kippings Cross Roundabout
Small village pub, full of warmth and character. It seems to be the hub of the village as well as a destination for hungry walkers.
Cheerful and dog-friendly pub with a walk from the end of the car park. We loved the Thai lunch option.
Another fantastically ancient Kentish inn, this one dates from the 16th century. And plenty of walking on the long-distance Greensand Way.
A tiny village with stories of giants, ancient tombs and a lot of footpaths. The dog is welcome at the village inn and the walking is superb.
Dog-friendly pub close to a dog walk with a famous view. It's also a good stop for familes with kids the right size to enjoy the play galleon in the garden.
We Love Dogs says the pub website. And there's a short dog walk on the doorstep to satisfy Fido. Add in a friendly welcome and some interesting menu choices, and this is one for the Favourites list.