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Friendly and refurbed dog-friendly canalside pub with a good local reputation for their food. Definitely worth a visit, and remember to phone ahead to reserve a dog table.
Lovely relaxing dog walk along the Birmingham and Fazeley canal towpath, with side paths into a nature reserve. The towpath is well-maintained and clean underfoot.
Take the dog for a romp over the Clent Hills, and then reward yourself with a visit to a pub that's often described as a local treasure. Also close to the M42 Junction 1.
Large pub with a friendly and warm atmosphere. Plenty of parking.
After a long drive up to this stage of my journey, needed to find a place to eat. But first a walk in the park by the west end car park. Jack loved the park, next to the sea Loch.
Dogs are allowed throughout the pub and dining areas, with huge dog biscuits handed out on arrival. In the warmer months there are several outdoor areas to enjoy, with plenty of water bowls available.
Bright, modern restaurant-bar serving an upscale pub menu by day and bistro-style dishes at night.
A 16th century coaching inn, now fortifying 21st century drivers with very satisfying lunches and a warm, friendly atmosphere.
The start point for the dog walks is a handsome, if severe looking, Dales market town with an unusually large green.
Interesting, quiet and doggie-delightful woodland that's pawfect for dogs in need of an off-lead moment of madness. And just down the road is a friendly pub to restore driver mojo too.
Excellent combination of a dog-friendly gastro pub and a rural footpath hike. The town has seen a lot of historical action, and is thought by some to be the location of ancient Camelot.
Relaxed country pub, surrounded by woodland walks and ideal for a potter with the pooch. The pub itself is a magnificent survivor from the 14th century, and an absolute treat to visit.