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An easy walk across open farmland on a section of the Oxford Way towards a tiny 15th century chapel. In wet weather the fields get muddy and you'll need wellies. On a dry summer's day it's a delight.
Lovely country pub, with fabulous locally sourced food. Excellent walking country, with several routes in and around the Lugg Valley.
Great pub food and good location, just in the middle of the shore area. In summer time you can enjoy the sunshine on the river dock area.Dogs welcome indoors before 6pm.
Rural tavern with a bit of a poachers and smugglers feel to it. Not too much space inside, so you may find yourself cuddling up to a Cap'n Jack Sparrow. Fossil museum inside the pub.
Home of the Tolpuddle Martyrs and a small museum to record the actions and consequences of their actions. Good family pub and stop, the dog walk comes in at second place here. Well worth a look.
This handsome 16th century coaching inn is a bit of an understated gem, and the village too has some breathtakingly picturesque moments when you don't expect them.
A choice of easy dog walks from a 16th century coaching inn. Another Devon inn that's much larger on the inside than seems possible from the outside.
Village pub with a hearty welcome to all, and some very good traditional food.
When you really want to get away from the traffic, head for this little village high in the hills above the Dart valley.
I'm guessing that the town would have been a sort of stagecoach hub in days of old, and this is the inn that outlasted the competition.
On a sunny day the Severn can sparkle and look totally enchanting, and there's not much better than enjoying a coffee or a meal overlooking the water. The hotel here also has dog-friendly rooms.
Dog-friendly dining in a 16th century inn, with a short doggie leg-stretch rather than a walk. The village is between Pershore and the M5 and in the heart of rolling fields with fertile crops.