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Lovely old country inn, not far from Lyme Regis and surrounded by great dog walks.
Easy to find village inn that's not too far from the A35, and no distance from the coast either if your dog needs a change from the beach.
Stunning 16th century thatched country inn with dog-friendly B&B rooms and a warm welcome. It's not far from Chard.
Historic coaching inn on the road between Chard and Axminster, with extremely good food and a pleasant rustic style atmosphere. Great place to stop for a treat - but you do need to reserve a table.
Waterside dog-friendly inn with a long history, and a fantastic view over the estuary.
A friendly little pub in the heart of an attractive Devon town. It was once visited by Lawrence of Arabia although history does not record whether he came with a dog.
Astonishing 13th century tavern, hidden away and well worth discovering. Great for families, dogs and a journey break in the Quantocks.
Wonderful reception for four-legged guests, and tasty food too. Well worth a visit if you're passing through the Quantocks.
Useful B&B if you're breaking your journey, or looking for a base to explore either the Jurassic coast or pull on your walking boots for the Blackdown Hills.
A splendid dog-friendly pub. The village is near the foothills of the Quantock Hills and Francis Drake was married here in 1583.
Lovely welcome for dogs at this popular pub with lots of outside space and tables. It's near Taunton but feels much more remote and rural than you'd think.
Very handy dog-friendly village pub close to the A358 for a driving break not far from Taunton. The village has some handsome thatched cottages and a mill.