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Evesham is perched on a bit of high ground inside a big loop of the River Avon. So with the inevitable delays getting over the bridges, traffic does build up at busy times.
A fabulous little pub in the Shropshire Hills and a wonderful place to explore the rolling borderland countryside.
Junction 30 Dry Drayton Interchange
Village pub with good cafe menu in a pub ambience. Dogs are welcome and the garden is quite large. The walk is very short and boisterous dogs will feel cheated. Less than a mile from the A14.
Cosy dog friendly pub/restaurant. Great food.
A magical place that you'll most likely have to yourself, and the dog. Honestly, if I'd known that Essex was like this we'd have been here for holidays long before now.
Dog-friendly and welcoming inn just a short drive away from Flodden Field battle site.
If you're looking for a dog-friendly B&B, or somewhere to rock up with the campervan or tent, this is an easy find just off the A12. And they do a good breakfast too,
A family-run country pub with plenty of space for a large beer garden and good sized children's play area. Dogs welcome too of course.
A large and hospitable dog-friendly pub sitting opposite a church, and both seemingly deserted by the village you'd expect to find here.
Dog-friendly coaching inn where you and the dog can take a break from Ermine Street (A603) and get a coffee in a village where the Romans used to stop to refill their water bottles.
A friendly dining pub, perfect for a dog-friendly meetup with friends not far from the A1 or the A14 and Huntingdon.
Convenient dog and child-friendly pub to use for a meeting up, or to take a break before getting into Cambridge itself.