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The dog walk is in a forestry plantation where dogs can rush around with no worries about livestock or stiles.
Small seaside village with easy access to the beach and childrens playground. Good for dogs who like to swim. Dogs are welcome to stay with you at the hotel at no extra charge.
The most dog friendly pub we've ever visited. Fantastic food and you will find at least one dog under most tables. Treats and water bowls available.
It's easy to spot this very distinctive building from the road. Inside you'll find a very dog-friendly establishment with dog-friendly B&B rooms too.
A pretty walk along the Llangollen canal and a dog-friendly pub for refreshments. The pub snuggles alongside a lock and proudly announces it dates back to 1978.
The dog-friendly pub here is defended by Edward 1st who died of a ghastly tummy upset while trying to invade Scotland. As kingly demises go, it's not very glorious.
Quirky little country pub with interestingly re-purposed objects. Very dog-friendly and the food gets rave reviews.
A very pretty village with an enormous village green and a babbling beck running through the middle.
A friendly country pub for refreshments by the beck and a dog walk by the water and across fields to keep Fido happy. The stream is perfect for cooling and cleaning doggie paws and legs.
Cosy dog friendly pub/restaurant. Great food.
A big, bustling waterside pub - dog-friendly of course - and the departure point for trips on a wonderful paddle boat. Pure holiday magic!
The Kings Head is a pretty Georgian building with a roomy terrace at the rear.