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If you stop for a break and dog walk here, then I guarantee you'll have a certain well-known nursery rhyme as an ear worm for the rest of the day! Clue - hills and pails of water ...
A country inn with rooms, close to Bath and handy as a base if you're in the area. Also good for a reliably good lunch or snack-stop on a long journey.
This is a good stop for either a packed lunch and canalside amble, or a moment in the pub garden and towpath dog walk.
Lovely country inn with a dog walk from the door, in one of the county's sweetest valleys. Easy to reach from Bath or Bristol if you're heading towards Devon.
A village with deep historic roots, and a fine place to stop for a driving break and dog walk. The ancient inn is well worth a stop to admire the building.
Worth a short diversion from the A65 for some stylish eating and a walk for the dog in the very pretty valley.
There has been a pub on this spot since the 18th century and it is a comfortable place to spend some time. Dogs are welcome and there is a short walk to enjoy.
Expect fine things at this Pub of the Year and do book ahead! Despite the accolades this is a grounded and welcoming country pub and the farm shop is a treat if you're on the way to self-catering...
A dog walk and dog-friendly pub in a village between Chippenham and Devizes.
Airy and spacious faux-rustic inn from the Brunning and Price stable with a warm welcome to all, and some very tasty food.
Refurbished waterside inn with an emphasis on food. Dog-friendly of course, and on the River Tamar.
A quirky, dog-friendly celebration of style and a definite one-off in the area. The historic building is genuine Tudor and quite special. Several of the hotel rooms are dog-friendly.