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An extraordinary inn that is a real survivor from the 14th century. If history is your thing, then the building alone is worth a visit.
On the A382 but also in the middle of the town, so this dog-friendly pub is maybe best for a stop on your journey when you also need to buy stuff, find an ATM or other town tasks.
This dog-friendly pubs sits so close to the village church you could almost be sitting in the churchyard! Except there's a London taxi and street food wall to make it feel different.
Relaxed and friendly cafe and shop on the A456. Play area for children and it's a handy place to know about between the Midlands and Wales for your holiday doggiestop.
Nice neighbourhood pub with good food and outdoor seating area. Dogs welcome inside and out.
This lovely walk starts by the river and then continues in the farmers meadows crossing over the viaduct.
Welcoming and dog-friendly pitstop near the A47. They specialise in grills, and also have the village shop inside the pub.
Upmarket and dog-friendly establishment with an amazing terrace hanging over the river. The mill wheel still turns - not for grinding corn anymore though.
Friendly coffee house with all day food, and fine coffee. And they look after their canine customers very nicely.
Dog-friendly inn with loads of historic 16th century character and charm. Easy to find from the A46 and a hassle-free stop close to the tourist attractions, and yet still a bit of a hidden gem.
There's a choice of trails from the National Herb Centre just north of Banbury. It's on a fairly steep valley slope, so a fair level of fitness is required for both humans and dogs.
Friendly and welcoming pub, where the landlord has a mass of local knowledge at his fingertips. Dogs are welcome, and you'll probably encounter locals with their dogs too.