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Dog-friendly and charming 18th century traditional country inn set in a picturesque village.
Paw-fectly named village and dog-friendly pub. And very handy for a break from the A10.
An alternative to motorway services, and somewhere useful to know about in case there's a serious delay on the motorway.
Traditional Welsh coaching inn still serving coach parties after all these years. Two pool tables & a dart board and Wifi throughout the pub. Roaring fire in winter and garden tables in summer.
A quirky, dog-friendly celebration of style and a definite one-off in the area. The historic building is genuine Tudor and quite special.
Step back in time to this dog-friendly hotel and bar in the centre of town. Very welcoming indeed.
Handy dog-friendly roadside pub with a lovely bright and clean interior.
Dog-friendly 17th century coaching inn with some of most highly polished copper in the county, and a spooky tale of buried skulls to get you guessing ...
When we're driving into Wales, this is one of Jem's favourite places to stop. The building itself is a traditional Welsh longhouse, and the view from the garden is fantastic in sunny weather.
When you can't wait to get a feel of the countryside and lose the sounds of traffic, this old-school traditional village pub could be the answer.
Rural pubby pub with lots of green space around it, and dogs are welcome. Popular with weekenders when the sun is shining. Good for families.
Hugely welcoming and dog-friendly pub that's well worth a bit of a wiggle down country lanes to get there. It's set in an enviable spot with magnificent country views.