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Dog-friendly Kentish pub, well off the beaten track and worth exploring.
Nestled under the tower of the 'cathedral of the marshes' this dog-friendly pub was once an important hub for smugglers. And the church was used as a warehouse for contraband too!
Unpretentious and friendly pub with a large recreation ground over the road where little dogs will be quite happy with a run.
A woodland dog walk with lots of scamper space, and a dog-friendly country pub too. Very close to the A2 between Canterbury and Whitfield and a good doggiespot to know about.
Enchanting dog-friendly pub and a lovely dog walk in this pretty Kentish village. Pawfect for long lazy lunches - after the walkies! The pub dates back to the 14th century.
Unbelievably old 14th century timbered inn, just a few miles from Canterbury. Just imagine what this place must have seen in that time. It seems incredible you don't have to pay to enter!
Dogs are welcome in this stunningly pretty village with a lived-in castle and bags of history. As close to real-life time travel as you can get! Very close to the A28.
Less than 2 miles from the M20, you'll find a calm and welcoming atmosphere here. And the dog walk is pawfect for dogs, and gives drivers a complete change of scene.
On the River Ure, this dog-friendly pub and walkies field is a good place to stop in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. According to the landlord, the pub used to be almost hidden in a dense forest.
You need some determination to reach this dog-friendly heritage village in the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
The dog walks in this small village in Wensleydale start from the pub where James Herriott spent his honeymoon in 1941. That's so romantic!
Within walking distance of the famous falls, you'll find a warm welcome and good eating at this former coaching inn.