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Evesham is perched on a bit of high ground inside a big loop of the River Avon. So with the inevitable delays getting over the bridges, traffic does build up at busy times.
Traditional dog-friendly inn and a woodland walk with doggie swimming.
Very welcoming country inn with dog-friendly B&B rooms. It's quite remote and ideal as a base for exploring the North Yorkshire moors.
The dog-friendly pub building is old, and you can feel it has a long history of providing warmth and refreshment to travellers.
Busy small market town on the edge of the moors and with a somewhat quaint feel and atmosphere.
First up, dogs aren't allowed inside because there just isn't room for them. But dogs are welcome in the garden and there is some shelter there from the elements.
A mega-popular weekend leisure spot at the end of a peninsula with a dog-friendly cafe and tiny beach. Telescope and topograph for keen sea-spotters.
This is a wonderfully busy little market town, with a number of cafes as well as dog-friendly pubs and a thriving atmosphere. I'd not heard of it before, but what a great place for a weekend away.
Lovely country pub with a good reputation for great local food. It's in a big bend of the A39 so not too far out of your way for a driving break.
Great pub with rooms situated at Porlock Weir on the South West Coast Path. Great place to rest weary feet and paws and be made very welcome. Good dinner and breakfast and all made very welcome.
Another of our favourite dog-friendly pubs in the Wolds, with good food and a warm welcome to visitors. In warm weather the garden tables are a delight for a glass of cool lemonade after your walk.
Clever addition of courtyard accommodation so that each room is nicely self-contained and has access to its own car parking space and doggie outdoors.