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Close to the A38 and a good stopping point just after Exeter. A truly atmospheric inn dating back to the 13th century.
A small dog-friendly pub in situated just 5 minutes from the historic town of Richmond.
Definitely worth leaving the autoroute to explore this tiny medieval village, with a couple of very appetising boulangerie / patisserie, a deer park and enticingly dozey atmosphere.
How often do you and the dog get the chance to enjoy a cake and coffee in baronial surroundings? Gawping allowed here, and the outside gives nothing away. The dog walk is a winner too.
A combo of dog walk and pub right on the High Peak Trail. This is a good one for families.
Junction 4 Dijon-Est
The walk here is in a set of leisure lakes, with good facilities and quite a lot going on. It's also a really easy place to get to, and just a few minutes away from the motorway exit.
An easy dog walk along the towpath, with the benefit of lots of kids' activities at the start. Pedalo and canoe hire is available, and the atmosphere is relaxed and laid back.
If you have canal buffs in your party be prepared for them to abandon all ideas of walking the dog in this fascinating excavation of 14 locks.
Very handy family stop close to the M1 between Nottingham and Sheffield. Make sure you have your English Heritage card with you to avoid the parking charge.
A pub with quite a sense of humour, and great for families and dogs.
Relxing doggiestop near Yeovil, with a handsome pub and an easy dog walk by the river.
The village was once a centre for lead smelting, and the mill site here is worth a visit. It's just off the Leyburn road, and brown-signed from opposite the pub.