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Upmarket 14th century pub and dog-friendly B&B hidden away in the countryside, and with good walking to enjoy.
A dog-friendly pub where pooches really are made welcome, or just the walk - the choice is yours. A pub has been on this site since 1635.
Very tucked away and worth making the effort to seek out. Especially if you're travelling with family and the dog.
Just the place for a tranquil doggiestop off the A31 near Bere Regis. The walk is on an ancient Roman trackway, and it's a lovely quiet walk for dogs and drivers to enjoy.
A four centuries old inn where dogs are welcome and it's on the Sandstone Trail for a good dog walk.
Over 18s and dogs all welcome at the pub, and loads of off-lead doggie dashing space in the forest before or afterwards.
On a warm sunny day, bring the dog for a walk here and enjoy refreshments on a terrace with an unbeatable view over the valley.
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 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.
Eyam is famous for its history as the 'Plague Village', and you'll find a museum explaining the backstory of nearly 300 deaths in the 17th century.
A dog-friendly fifteenth-century coaching inn on the banks of the river Teme, and nestled below a nature reserve with many footpaths.
Very enticing dog-friendly country inn, with mouth-watering aromas from the kitchen and the sort of atmosphere that makes you feel welcomed and relaxed.