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Unpretentious dog-friendly pub with good food.
Nestled under the tower of the 'cathedral of the marshes' this dog-friendly pub was once an important hub for smugglers.
Biggleswade North Roundabout
Just a few miles from the A1 this is a very handly place for a doggiestop and a break for the driver too.
Thatched black and white hostelry of enormous charm, and thoroughly welcoming. A Michelin star and dog-friendliness makes this a pawfect treat.
A Scandinavian inspired pub and restaurant where families and dogs get a good welcome. It's bright and airy inside, and the menu seems to suit most appetites and dietary requirements.
Rural village inn with a homely feel. Dogs and families are welcome, and if you're making a break from your journey this feels a bit like time travel (in a good way).
A lovely 18th century riverside pub previously owned by Keith Floyd. The whole area is really pretty and well worth visiting for a night or two with your dog.
Full of expectations of a big view over to France, white cliffs and the sea it wasn't to be. The mist had rolled in, cutting off the continent and anything more than a few feet ahead.
Dog-friendly pub close to a dog walk with a famous view. It's also a good stop for familes with kids the right size to enjoy the play galleon in the garden.
Relaxed country pub, surrounded by woodland walks and ideal for a potter with the pooch. The pub itself is a magnificent survivor from the 14th century, and an absolute treat to visit.
Easy to spot from the road, dogs and drivers will find refreshment here. It's a welcoming inn with a comfortable carpetted interior.
A dog walk that you can make as short or long as you like, starting from a cosy pub in a very pretty Kentish village.