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More of a hotel than a pub but you won't get a warmer, friendlier welcome anywhere else. The village is extraordinarily pretty and there are loads of great walks to enjoy in the area.
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.
Friendly and welcoming tea rooms where dogs are welcome. They also serve breakfasts.
One of those happy beaches where dogs are welcome all year around. Couple that with a dog-friendly pub and you have an ideal spot for a day out with Fido.
The old station closed in 1964, but has since been converted into a thriving garden centre. Dogs are very welcome in the tea rooms.
Small and unpretentious dog-friendly pub in the heart of Poldark country, It's not far from the coast for walks and bracing sea air. They love their Petanque here.
Relaxed and welcoming eatery which will definitely appeal to foodies with their dogs. You'll find lots of dog walking opportunities as well as the routes we've described here.
Handy place to know about for drivers with dogs on the A38 and visitors to the Webbs garden centre and Hanbury Hall.
Aberaeron has become a bit of a foodie haven, with dogs banned from the smart gastro dineries.
A very friendly pub in the heart of historic Cromford with a warm welcome for dogs. This is definitely worth a visit if you are in the area.
National Trust managed estate woodlands with extensive walk routes of differing lengths. Be aware there are dog restrictions near the cafe and where birds may be nesting.
Fabulous and popular ice-cream shop and cafe with the pretty Huddersfield narrow canal to walk the dog on.