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16th century dog-friendly pub between Axminster and Lyme Regis.
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.
Dog-friendly inn and hotel rooms just a skip from the A55 and very handy for an overnight stay before taking the ferry from Holyhead.
Let's be a bit brutal here, the outside of the pub looks like a bunker. But inside you'll find a warm welcome in a spotlessly clean dog-friendly bar.
Friendly and welcoming Peak District pub on the western fringe of the Peak District. Marvellous dog walks from the door, and this is a very pretty village.
Non-residents are welcome to stop for a coffee, lunch or tea in this restful and welcoming family-run hotel. The walk's lovely and Jem really appreciated the dog water and shade in the garden.
One of the oldest pubs in Wales, this started life as a 16th century drover's inn and still retains some local characteristcs such as the stone-flagged floors and an unusual terrace that seems to have...
You don't have many options for a comfort break on the A458 in this part of Wales. So this dog-friendly establishment has a lot to offer.
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.
A fabulous pub overlooking one of the few cricket pitches in the country where sixes have been banned. The walk is a delight and really easy to follow.
Delightful 800-year-old inn where families and dogs are welcome, and the food is tasty.