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With a pub named after the lord of the manor this village is a lovely relic of days gone by. Always good, as dogs do well in places like this.
Desperate dogs in search of an ice cream and a pot of tea for the human will get their tails wagging at the vintage cafe in the middle of town.
A courtyard setting for a number of country businesses, and easy to spot from the A49. On a dry day when you can sit outside this is a good stop for drivers, dogs and family.
16th century inn with a long history of feeding hungry travellers and giving good service. Large beer garden in summer and a blazing woodburner in winter. Kids and dogs welcome.
Popular and dog-friendly inn in the winter and summer. This area is full of ancient remains and artefacts from the earliest of times, and there's a burial chamber just around the corner.
Dog-friendly pub across from Exmouth, and on the river Exe.
Brookside pub with an abundance of character, and fantastically dog-friendly. Good food too.
A poipular dog-friendly pub and walk right at the south end of Warwickshire, and easy to find from the A44 near Moreton-in-Marsh.
This tiny pub is too small to allow dogs inside, but they really wanted to welcome local and visiting pooches. So the enterprising landlord built a special doggie annex for 4-legged friends.
Lovely village pub with a dog-walk from the door, and dog-friendly rooms with fabulous Cotswold views too. One of those magic little pubs where locals and visitors mingle happily.
Welsh country pub where dogs are welcome. Handy for visitors staying in nearby and not wanting to drive into Cardigan.
Light and airy, dog-friendly pub set in a really attractive Sussex village. A welcoming atmosphere.