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A well-placed dog-friendly pub on the A39, with outside tables for warmer days and plenty of space inside too. A useful pitstop for hungry people, not so great for dogs as there isn't a walk here.
Calm and peaceful woodland close to the M180 Junction 4. Dog-friendly pub nearby with honest, home-made food.
An easy 2-mile circular walk with lots of lovely clean water for dogs to enjoy. Easy to spot pub opposite the church and close to the lower car park.
A lovely village inn to take a break from a long drive, or to stay for a weekend. A walk from the door gives you a glimpse at life in this outstandingly pretty village.
A cooling and atmospheric walk with the dog through woodland to a lake. And nearby is an iconic Lakes pub and the original home of several legendary Cumbrian ales.
Dogs are welcome at his village freehouse with some rather good local beer, and a walk on an unscary part of the Pennine Way.
The pup adored her walkies here. It's a quiet woodland with a variety of trees and foliage, and an easy path to follow. After a few hours on the beach earlier on this was heaven for doggie paws.
A long uphill trek to the top of the hill will reward you with a huge view from the top (apart from the basalt quarry below) and a definite sense of achievement.
A great place to take a break, with a really easy to find dog walk from the pub garden as well as a good sized children's outdoor play area and a comfortable and welcoming atmosphere inside.
A cool spacious historic coaching inn with 800 year old claims of a connection to King John. Wow! Lovely welcoming feel to the place and the garden is quite a suntrap.
We love finding a dog-friendly traditional village inn with modern comforts and good food. And this gorgeous village has plenty to offer its visitors.
A gem of a dog-friendly village inn, and a walk starts directly opposite. The hamlet seems to be rooted in the 17th century still and the central square with the church and the pub is a delight.