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Dog-friendly pub with excellent pub food and a warm welcome. Lots of footpaths nearby, and this is a less-visited part of the Cotswolds and so agreeably quiet throughout the year.
A mix of fields and woodlands surrounding a lake. To begin with we thought the park was just a sailing centre, but there's much more to it than that and dogs can enjoy a really good walk here.
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.
Upmarket 14th century pub and dog-friendly B&B hidden away in the countryside, and with good walking to enjoy.
Very tucked away and worth making the effort to seek out. Especially if you're travelling with family and the dog.
Over 18s and dogs all welcome at the pub, and loads of off-lead doggie dashing space in the forest before or afterwards.
Not far from the A1 if you're heading West, the market town of Masham is a handy place for a doggiestop and refreshments.
A doggie pawfect country inn within easy reach of the A6, and also the A14.
Top class doggie-stop on the A6, with a fabulous walk for the pooch and a waterside inn that's got its act together on service and food. It's almost no distance from the A6 and yet in a world apart.
A 17th century coaching inn that's had new life and creativity breathed into it by a talented restaurant team. It's a fine and dog-friendly place to take a driving break.
A popular dog walking venue, with loads of running space and facilities for people. Dog-friendly pubs within easy reach too. So whatever dogstop you're looking for, this should fit the bill.
A real opportunity to explore a 16th century village inn, dog-friendly of course, and admire the thatched cottages and tiny 15th century church nearby.