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A very pretty village with an enormous village green and a babbling beck running through the middle.
The building here is almost ridiculously old, they've been pulling pints for over 600 years or so. Dogs are welcome and it's worth a visit to admire the woodwork alone!
We were astonished by the small market town here. There's a Georgian marketplace, artisan shops including a fine pantry and butcher.
Pretty Georgian building with a roomy terrace at the rear.
A chance to take a walk with the dog and visit this country pub set in a very pretty riverside village.
Relaxing waterside inn with tables overlooking the river. Dog-friendly and ideal for a leisurely weekend lunch. There's also free parking by a small common which leads onto a long dog walk.
An award winning and dog-friendly pub, set in a quintessentially Suffolk village. Expect to see thatched cottages in abundance and an enormous church, with a gloriously crooked house next to it.
A really pretty Cumbrian village and it wins a lot of the 'best kept' 'best flowers' competitions. Until the railway came the market here was of real importance but now just the cobbles remain.
Family and dog-friendly walk and pub in Epping Forest close to M11 Junction 5. If a pub doesn't appeal, we've found a free car park close by and you can find picnic supplies in the town.
If you're looking for a taste of rural Essex, a stop here for refreshments and a walk with the dog will transport you into a totally different mindset from the busy roads.
We were charmed by this warm and dog-friendly cafe/pub. Good for families and open from breakfast onwards.
A handy spot for a stretch of the legs with the dog near Stansted if you're waiting for a flight to arrive and don't want to get to the airport too soon.