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Easy-going dog walk to the reservoir, and lots of fresh air to liven the dog up from the car. Afterwards, well-behaved dogs are welcome inside the pub, and the food is delicious.
Lovely country pub with a good reputation for great local food. It's in a big bend of the A39 so not too far out of your way for a driving break.
A wonderfully dog-friendly hotel with charming old-school hospitality. I was astonished by the outside of the building, well worth a gawp, and going inside feels like entering a stage set.
From the road it's impossible to guess at the real size and age of this historic and interesting dog-friendly pub. The garden is large and it feels as if you're sitting alone in the countryside.
One of the very best garden tea rooms we've seen this year. The flowers are a delight and the cakes here are light and calorie-free.
Attractive port town with a great dog walk and several dog-friendly pubs. Definitely worth exploring and an ideal weekend outing.
A riverside dog walk from an 18th century coaching inn with a doggie swimming spot and woodland.
Easy to find from the A1 near Belford, and if you're here at lunchtime a much better food option than the Services nearby.
A mysterious almost-island steeped in history, and a must-see on the Northumbrian coast.
Ideal pub garden for a chatty meal or drink with friends, and dogs. It's a 'holiday rustic' sort of place, and recommended by Giles Coren in the Sunday Times..
Warm and comfortable old-fashioned hospitality and Norfolk charm here. A great weekend get-away, and definitely worth investigating if you're staying nearby.
An historic hamlet dominated by a 15th century hall and a rather gracious dog-friendly country inn with good food.