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You may recognise this delightful village from the Midsomer Murders series.
The inn here was once a drover's hostel and still has its original oak beams, open log fire and stone flagged floors, with one of only two original bull 'ook games in the Yorkshire Dales.
There are shops, dog-friendly pubs and cafes here, and it's a good stopping point on the A65 with much easier parking and access to the walks than Skipton, which is just 4 miles away.
Village pub with a dog walk from the doorstep. The pub's been trading since 1769, and is still thriving.
This is a well looked after community nature reserve, and combines shaded woodland with open space that's ideal for dogs.
Country pub with instant access to woodland dog walks. It's got a rural real-ale atmosphere, and outside tables for the summer. Around 2 miles from the A12.
This is a pub with a fantastically long history, starting even before the famous Battle of Edgehill which took place just over the next hill.
A dog walk with plenty of fresh air above the tourist activities below. And a dog-friendly pub.
Calm and peaceful place to walk the dog and grab some inner calm. It's a very atmospheric place and a bit like a mini-Cheddar Gorge. On a clear day the view is outstanding.
Fourteenth century pub with bags of atmosphere and a fresh modern approach to food. Dogs are welcome in the bar, and walks are easy to find from the village.
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.
Country inn with smart sarnies and excellent snack lunches. Clean and airy space and a friendly reception.