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This is a really old place indeed, and was originally a resting place for monks from the nearby Jervaulx Abbey.
Can you imagine that there's been an inn on this site since 1588 - the year of the Armada? The river Bourne runs beside the pub, good for summer cooling.
Friendly traditional pub with a long history - it dates back to the 17th century. Dogs welcome in the bar (not the dining area)
Hazel Grove Interchange
Large, popular pub and dogs are welcome.
Dog friendly pub. Great beer, home cooked food, free house. Large beer garden, great views. Dogs welcome in all areas
Everards pub, dog-friendly, with emphasis on ales and beers. Good to know about if you're dog walking in the area, or local to here.
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.
Well-placed dog-friendly pub with easy access to the canal, Loch Ness visitor attractions and visitor centre.
Freehouse that's handy for a doggie pitstop close to the A2, or for taking a break as part of a long walk starting elsewhere.
Dog friendly pub in Borth. Worth a visit after a long walk on the beach. The best thing is the outside seating area which leads straight on to the beach.
A lovely river walk with dog friendly pub in the village. Park on Station rd before the railway bridge when heading south. Take the path down to the river.
Fantastic Pub and Resturant. Dog friendly!