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Off the beaten track, and a lovely place for a weekend away or an overnight stay on your way to/from the Welsh coast. Good for dog walks.
A dog-friendly pub and dog walk in a small village that's perched on a bit of high ground in the Somerset levels.
Breathtakingly pretty medieval city, and with several really nice dog-friendly cafes and family pubs. Touristy? Yes, and with good reason. Don't miss it if you need a break from the A39.
This is a thriving village on an island of high ground in the middle of the levels. It has a long history, going back as far as the Iron Age, and even today has an air of importance about it.
Welcoming village pub where familes, dogs, walkers and cyclists are always welcome.
Fabulous pub in beautiful Berkshire countryside. Dogs are very welcome and it is as popular with horse lovers as dog owners. Not too surprising as it is really close to Ascot.
A charming pub on the outskirts of Maidenhead with a choice of dog pleasing walks to choose from.
An easy place to take a break on the A6 with a choice of refreshments in a dog-friendly pub or just a relaxing walk from a car park near a church.
Take time out from your journey into a pub that was built in the 1500s and a dog walk over rolling fields. On a sunny day this is a treasure.
Dog-friendly country-style eatery with relaxed dining, or just a coffee. No dog walk unfortunately, but the fresh clean facilities won the day!
The pub bills itself as 'Dorset's favourite', which is setting the bar very high indeed.
A friendly little pub in the heart of an attractive Devon town. It was once visited by Lawrence of Arabia although history does not record whether he came with a dog.