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Astonishingly old inn, closer in time to 1066 than the present day. Full of atmosphere and dog-friendly.
Outstanding dog-friendly village pub that is a real one-off. They are uncompromisingly organic and have Soil Association accreditation and awards for their efforts.
Airy and spacious faux-rustic inn from the Brunning and Price stable with a warm welcome to all, and some very tasty food.
Forest leisure centre with loads going on for active families, with or without the dog. Pricey parking if you just want a short pitstop for the dog, but for an all-day visit it's good value.
Take time out from your journey into a pub that was built in the 1500s and a dog walk over rolling fields. On a sunny day this is a treasure.
Look out for some very well-known TV personalities in here, and enjoy the atmosphere of what's said to be the oldest inn in England. It's an extraordinary place and well worth a visit.
Pretty village inn dating from the 1700s and a foodie delight. Very easy to follow dog walk from the door.
Relaxing walk within easy reach of the A10, or Ermine Street for traditionalists, and a 16th century dog and child-friendly pub for refreshments.
Family and dog-friendly village pub with an easy to find off-lead dog walk very close by. Close to the A1 and the A10 near Stevenage.
Friendly village local that makes a good family and dog break on your journey, and a very easy to follow dog walk too.
Quiet, small town with a few useful shops and two dog-friendly pubs. It's a lovely place for a driving break and the dog walk is an easy route to an ancient monument.
A quiet little village, with a friendly pub and pleasant short dog walk.