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Country pub with good reviews for the food and service. Dogs on leads are welcome in the bar. Look out for the church tower, it's very impressive.
Very low-key country pub that has a lot more to offer than you'd guess from the outside. Good food, an easy off-lead dog walk with no livestock or stiles and this is one we'll be coming back to.
This is an unusual pitstop from the A38 and will please not only dogs, but also travellers with an interest in medieval buildings and history.
Just a bit of a foodie menu of posh pub classics, and food for the hungry in the bar downstairs. There's a woodland dog walk which starts from opposite the pub.
If you're just totally fed up with driving and need to get fresh air, and a lot of wide towpath for yourself and the dog - this is the dog-stop for you!
Seconds away from the Lichfield Road, here's a dog-friendly pub with an easy walk along a towpath to a relaxing water park.
There are no stiles or road walking on this walk, although there may be some sheep on the hills.
This doggiestop ticks all the boxes for drivers, families and the dog.
Junction 20 Eguzon, St Bernard d/S
A medieval village, well off the tourist track. You'll find a couple of patisseries and boulangerie, and plenty of medieval period property for sale if you feel like moving!
Junction 23 Carcassonne-Ouest
If you have time to look at the 'new' city of Carcassonne you'll find all the souvenirs from the medieval city on sale at a fraction of the price and, especially at lunchtime, some really excellent...
Legend has it that The Folly was founded by the crew of a French smuggling barge that ran aground in the 1700's selling illegal alcohol.
An off-putting start, but a good dog walk once you get going.