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Dog-friendly inn close to the Welsh border, and easy to spot on the A456. A reliable doggiestop for business meeting, families and with good disabled facilities.
Close to the M4 and also on the Fosse Way, this coaching inn has been a comfortable place for travellers to refresh for centuries. Today you'll find tasty food and a good dog walk from the door.
A really dog-friendly pub in a charming village which is well worth exploring in its own right. The walk is as easy to follow as anyone could wish.
A dog-friendly hostelry dating back to the 15th century, and full of quirky character. Dogs are welcome in the bar, and if you're staying overnight canine guests are allowed.
Local pubby pub near to a reservoir that's good for a dog walk. Parts of the building are really old, and there's a friendly feel to the place. Real ales and comfort eating.
Fabulously ancient pub, just stunning. And wonderful that it's still very much in use and not a museum. Service and food are re-assuringly modern.
Traditional village pub, many times CAMRA winner, and a space where conversation, beer and good company trump trendy menus and interior design. Old school and nice with it.
Relaxed atmosphere, plenty of parking and a calm and shaded beer garden at the pub.
Quiet village with a small dog-friendly pub and marvellous dog walks. Close to the A21.
A small town surrounded by dog walks and a lovely spot for a doggiestop close to the A27. For refreshments you have the choice of three astonishingly historic inns, and a cafe.
Woodland walk that dogs will love, and a relaxed but efficient pub with great food. It's within seconds of an A3 exit. Job done!
Really close to the M25 but still tucked away amongst the hills. This pub is a delight and the views over the Mole Valley are wonderful. The footpath is just outside the door too.