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Long-established 18th century coaching inn that's been dispensing beer and cheer since 1742. Dogs get a good welcome, and there's walking country all around.
New Forest dog-friendly pub with good pub food
Funky cafe in centre of Kendal. Dog friendly. Food is great and coffee good too. Dog treats in the 'doggy buffet'. In the centre of Kendal. Nice to go in when walking round the town.
Traditional Country Pub with lovely food, friendly staff & good beer. Dog-friendly of course!
A modern-day country inn, with a generous welcome for visitors and their dogs. It's an ideal place for a break just after Ashbourne.
My goodness this is an inn that must have seen some history over the years.
Sett Valley Trail / Pennine Way, 3.8 mile walk. Parts of this walk are steep, both upwards and down. In addition, the well trodden path has areas of shifting shingle with some deep gullies.
Friendly and welcoming country pub with a modern interior and something of a gastro menu. Jem got a good reception here, and dogs can join diners at designated tables and outside on the terrace.
Lovely pub in the heart of Ruddington.
Rambling 17th century inn where dogs and walkers get a good welcome.
Fenced big area with everything a dog needs. River, forest and meadows, plenty of space for a dog to run.
A perfect amble around historical landmarks. Hurlers three stone circles are set in a wide expanse of open moor. Together with Stowes Hill and Long Tom, this makes a decent dog walk on the flat.