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Well-placed pub with easy access to dog walks and the sea shore and coast path. Can be nicely bleak in winter.
Very handy dog-friendly village pub close to the A358 for a driving break not far from Taunton. The village has some handsome thatched cottages and a mill.
Aberaeron has become a bit of a foodie haven, with dogs banned from the smart gastro dineries.
Oh so dog-friendly dining pub with amazing food. Huge welcome for visiting canines but make no mistake - this is all about some seriously good nosh.
A dog-friendly pub in a traditional sandstone Cumbrian village in the shadow of Scarrowmanwick Fell. There is a good dog walk just around the corner too.
The Mount Vineyard is in the beautiful village of Shoreham in Kent and welcomes well behaved dogs.
Dog-friendly pub with food Wednesday to Sunday, and a village with its roots deep in prehistory. It's full of legends about witches and warlocks, so tread lightly hereabouts!
Deep in the heart of Exmoor, this pub is a great place to return to after an invigorating dog walk. It is a traditional country inn where everyone, both human and canine, is made to feel very welcome.
Welcoming country pub just a short way from the beaches of the Llyn peninsula. Dogs are welcome to snooze in the bar after a busy day swimming and digging up the beach.
The old station closed in 1964, but has since been converted into a thriving garden centre. Dogs are very welcome in the tea rooms.
Country pub set off the road, and with a handy walk over fields for the dog nearby. Short opening hours, they are basically a weekend pub with a focus on live music.
Handy place to know about for drivers with dogs on the A38 and visitors to the Webbs garden centre and Hanbury Hall.