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The lovely traditional inn is dog-friendly throughout, and has an adorable pub dog who just loves people.
Gorgeous place for walking the dog, having a picnic and breathing in loads of fresh air.
This small town is just on the edge of the Forêt d'Orient national park, and as its well away from the more obviously touristic town, the atmosphere here feels incredibly laid back and sleepy.
Traditional inn with open fires and oak beams. And a very pleasant dog stroll on the doorstep too.
An easy to find dining inn and a good off-lead dog walk within 3 miles of the M25 and also the M40.
A dog walk in the footsteps of the Romans. Make sure you have your English Heritage card with you.
A dog-friendly and traditional village pub. Close to both the A5 and the M1 Junction 12 and 13. New owners are doing fine things here, and it's well worth a visit.
A charming black-and-white timbered Grade II listed, 16th century country inn with a friendly welcome for drivers and dogs.
Tiny and popular dog-friendly pub that's a regular CAMRA regional winner. It's a part of the Enville Estate so the surroundings are quite grand while the pub is scruffy-chic.
Great combo of dog walk and visit to a ruined castle with its own beach on the Firth of Lorn and an ancient chapel too. The castle is one of the oldest in Scotland and has loads of history to tell.
This quaint small town with its celebrated gothic-style cathedral, elegant Flanders town houses and thriving market is an ideal place for a first (or last) night in France.
The first arboretum created here was at the behest of the Marquis Melchior de Polignac, son of the widow Pommery, so that the employees of the famous champagne house could have an elegant space to...