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Popular family and dog-friendly place to take a driving break. Or head for the nearby campsite for a longer stay.
Worth making the effort to find this large, dog-friendly cafe. It's easy walking distance from the P&D car park on Rayrigg Road (not Rayrigg Meadows)
Reliably good food here, and it's easy to find and ideal for a journey break for hungry people. No dog walk nearby which is such a shame.
Astonishing 13th century tavern, hidden away and well worth discovering. Great for families, dogs and a journey break in the Quantocks.
Wonderful reception for four-legged guests, and tasty food too. Well worth a visit if you're passing through the Quantocks.
Useful B&B if you're breaking your journey, or looking for a base to explore either the Jurassic coast or pull on your walking boots for the Blackdown Hills.
Wine bar / dog-friendly cafe hidden away under the Brunel bridge.
Lovely old pub with tons of atmosphere, and ever so dog-friendly.
Popular pub with great food, and a warm welcome for all and dogs. Booking almost always essential in summer, even if you just call ahead on your way. And the walk is good too.
Desperate dogs in search of an ice cream and a pot of tea for the human will get their tails wagging at the vintage cafe in the middle of town.
Wonderfully placed dog-friendly inn with B&B rooms, and lovely walks from the door and nearby in the National Park.
Dog-friendly pub in the quieter part of the town, and with a good walk down to the coast and back.