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Relaxed village pub not too far from the A361 and Shepton Mallet if you fancy a pub meal and a walk with the dog.
Everything a pub should be, with the added bonus of good food. Good for a pitstop on your journey, or a brilliant temporary local if you're staying nearby or in one of their dog-friendly rooms.
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.
An attractive village that was well known to the likes of John Thaw and Marvin Gaye (believe it or not).
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.
Village pub at the foot of the Quantocks, and extremely nice and friendly to families and dogs.
16th century dog-friendly pub between Axminster and Lyme Regis.
Popular pub on the A470 and on the grey Monday we were there people were piling in as the clock struck 12. It's dog-friendly everywhere and the interior is snug and welcoming.
Popular dog-friendly pub where you may well spot some shiny classic cars in the car park.
Just a short way from the A38 this dog-friendly B&B and pub is a handy place for a stopover or meal on your journey. Large beer garden that's lovely on a warm day.