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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.
Right on the A30 this is an easy dog-friendly pub to find, and no time wasted on country lanes. Unless your satnav takes you off on an unwanted excursion that is.
Dog-friendly pub in the centre of the town, with the huge advantage of early opening for coffees. So a handy doggiestop if you've had an early start, but parking can get competitive.
Wine bar / dog-friendly cafe hidden away under the Brunel bridge.
Lovely old pub with tons of atmosphere, and ever so dog-friendly.
Popular pub with great food, and a warm welcome for all and dogs. Booking almost always essential in summer, even if you just call ahead on your way. And the walk is good too.
With a pub named after the lord of the manor this village is a lovely relic of days gone by. Dogs get a good welcome here.
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.
Such a pretty town it would be a shame to drive on by and not take the dog for a stroll here.
Popular family and dog-friendly pub with a walk on the doorstep and cracking good burgers.
A popular Dartmoor village with lots to appeal to tourists. If you don't like crowds, it's just as pretty a place out of season.