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Bit of an exciting break off the A39, and great if you need some space. It's quite a fairly remote sand and shingle beach with no dog restrictions all year.
Seafront pub/hotel with lots of space and a nice welcome for dogs on leads.
A one-room locals' pub, with the WCs across the road! Dog-friendly and generally welcoming.
A great place to stop and take a break from the A39 if your passengers like a dog-friendly beach, a grassy walk, a dog-friendly pub and a shop as well if you just want a snack. What more do you need?
When you drive into this village there's a feeling that it's a bit more than just a 'simple' village. Look out for the school on the right, it's a pure Hogwarts fantasy.
A wonderful coastal inn, renowned for excellent pub food and a comfortable welcoming bar. Magnificently situated, half way up the cliff in a small, out of the way cove, it is an amazing spot.
An easy walk with no livestock or stiles, and a charming 18th century dog-friendly village inn where families are welcome.
Dogs are welcome in this well-known historic village, and a visit is a lovely way to spend a day. Combine the quaint shops and tea-rooms with a walk on the coast path for total doggie delight.
Great country hotel with fabulous walks along the South West Coast Path and Exmoor. Very dog friendly, lovely rooms and great food at dinner and breakfast.
A really dog-friendly pub on the Bristol Channel coastline. There are so many walks here that you could stay several nights (your dog can too) and visit somewhere new every day.
This is the ideal stop for anyone travelling with a dog in the car, and a passion for steam trains. Just behind the pub you'll find a station and sheds, and steamy activity.
Outside of the dog-friendly pub looks like a postcard, it's old, thatched and really lovely. Inside it's welcoming and friendly.