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Easy to reach from the A44 and the A361. Lovely walk on the Oxfordshire Way bridleway, which is great as there are no stiles to heave large dogs over.
Dog friendly pub with great menu and decent sized car park
A lovely cafe & restaurant set in the Walled Garden within the Applecross Estate. Many of the ingredients are sourced locally either from the garden or from the bay. Breakfast is served from 8.
On the day we visited the ink was barely dry on the new owner's contract. So changes will be in the pipeline.
An 18th century pub with a relaxing garden. Lovely to sit out with the dog on a warm summer's day.
Character quality local in the heart of historic Chuchtown Village. Just a 2 minute walk from Botanic Gardens. Great traditional pub food served all day.
A very handy dogstop between Swindon and Oxford within a mile of the A420. Food served all day at the inn and the walk is an easy one to follow.
Amazing! You'll struggle to find a better place to eat, drink or sleep while in the area. The inn has a hotel attached which is also dog friendly- booking early is required.
This is a dog walk for the early-birds as the pub serves a good value 'all you can eat' breakfast from 8am!
A fish and chip restuarant, that does take away or you can eat in. It is dog friendly and has a really pretty restaurant. Looks like you are on a ship. The fish is amazing from here.
The village here was created by John Corbett, a Midland industrialist who made a fortune here with a massive salt works.
The building here has all the wow factor you need, it's just stunning. Steeped in history, it's highly likely Shakespeare drank here - along with most of the taverns near Stratford.