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Handy doggiestop off the A272 with afternoon refreshments at a National Trust cafe, or lunch in a dog-friendly and stylish village pub.
Much more than a doggiestop, you can walk the dog's socks off here! And a fine country pub to recover in.
Big-hearted 17th century pub with loads of parking and a welcome to match. The scatter cushions and kilims give the spotless interior a faintly bohemian touch.
Traditional thatched dog-friendly pub with a short dog walk immediately opposite.
A thatched and pretty Dorset country dining pub. Dog-friendly and a welcoming atmosphere.
Cheerful traditional local with a dog walk starting pretty much from the car park.
Dog-friendly pub surrounded by woodland paths, an ancient hill fort, and pure walking joy.
Modern rustic inn with a good food offering for hungry (or not-so) drivers on the M56. Dogs welcome.
Astonishingly old, and dog-friendly pub with its own flour mill that's still in use. It seems so strange to have a 15th century building still in use, and within a stone's throw of the busy A33.
Halfway between Wrexham and Chester, a dog-friendly pub near some good dog walks.
Unpretentious dog-friendly pub with good food.
A pleasant combo of a dog walk with plenty of off-lead space for dogs, and a country pub with an ambitious menu.