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Popular pub with great food, and a warm welcome for all and dogs. Booking almost always essential in summer, even if you just call ahead on your way. And the walk is good too.
I love these old Welsh pubs, with walls too thick for WiFi and floors that have seen centuries of muddy shepherds' boots.
Let's be a bit brutal here, the outside of the pub looks like a bunker. But inside you'll find a warm welcome in a spotlessly clean dog-friendly bar.
Step back in time to this dog-friendly hotel and bar in the centre of town. Very welcoming indeed, and with plenty of local information and advice for tourist events in South Snowdonia.
We were very taken with the friendliness of this country pub. They seem to take everything in their stride, and adore dogs too.
The walls of this ancient country inn have stood since the 13th century and if only they could speak. The border between Wales and England is the stream in the beer garden.
Dog-friendly local pub that's handy for a quick stop for refreshments. It's a welcoming atmosphere that includes walkers, cyclists, families and dogs. Real ales available and it's won CAMRA awards.
Goodness me, this inn has seen more than its fair share of doings and has more than something of a murky past.
Dog-friendly Dartmoor inn with B&B and within easy reach of moorland dog walks with stone circles, ancient burials and loads of space
On the main road, and don't let your sat-nav take you into the village. This is a dog-friendly Cotswold pub with no dog walk this side of the fast-moving B-road.
Dog-friendly light and airy dining pub less than 2 miles from the M20 or A20.
Pretty and welcoming dog-friendly pub in the Low Weald, and perfect for a break off the A29.