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Dog-friendly country pub near Chelmsford and the A414. Handy for a chatty lunch with (human) friends and close to some dog walking parks on your way there.
A dog-friendly pub close to the A131 and between Halstead and Colchester.
Dog-friendly and welcoming 14th century inn with a church next door built from building materials used by the Romans.
Dog-friendly pub just off the A414 and handy for visitor attractions in and aroud Maldon.
A pub with real historic interest. Part of Lorna Doone was written here and General Eisenhower slept here. Your dog can too, there are dog-friendly rooms.
A fine 17th century coaching inn in the heart of Exmoor. The village itself is very pretty and the countryside is magnificent. Dogs are very welcome to stay in rooms overnight.
A country pub on the very edge of Exmoor. This part of the moor is stunning and dogs will love exploring the countryside as well as looking forward to the chance to rest in the dog-friendly bedrooms.
Welcoming dog-friendly cafe with some wonderful cakes, and close to the shops and facilities.
Perfect base for exploring the many long walks in the area, and extremely comfortable for dogs and people.
Dog-friendly pub and B&B halfway between St Ives and Penzance and easy to find, in the middle of nowhere.
Welcoming dog-friendly establishment in the pretty Teme valley. Not too far from the A44, and also a wonderful part of the county for a weekend away.
The name of this place has puzzled me for ages. I finally got round to looking it up and it's just 'alder trees on top of a hill'. Oh well.