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Handy dog-friendly roadside pub with a lovely bright and clean interior.
Really welcoming, slightly old-school and very comfortable pub and hotel in the Wye Valley. Jem and I were charmed!
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.
Open-hearted dog-friendly pub perched on the top of a hill overlooking Dartmoor. Ponies roam nearby and in summer there's a fine view over the moor.
Enjoy a dog walk with big views, and a tasty home-cooked lunch or snack in the traditional village pub. Clearly the beating heart of the village.
When you really want to get away from the traffic, head for this little village high in the hills above the Dart valley.
The dog-friendly and famous pub from which Uncle Tom Cobbley and all set off to the fair. By the time you get there from the A30 the song starts to make sense (narrow lane alert).
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.
Dog-friendly community owned pub in the Preselli hills. A magical area where the landscape changes from moment to moment and visitors feel hugged by the hills and soft forest breezes.
Roomy and popular dining pub, and apparently it's the last pub in Sussex if you're heading towards London.