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Established in 1590, and feeding travellers for over 400 years. The building itself is a treat and modern day food and service doesn't disappoint.
Oh my oh my - this is the cutest of villages, and the number of footpaths criss-crossing to get here shows that pilgrims and travellers have been heading this way for centuries.
Totally brilliant old-school pub where the owner and customers are fabulously dog-friendly and have a fantastic track record of raising funds for the Canine Partners charity.
Small village dominated by a large church and close to the Ridgeway long-distance footpath. Dogs and families welcome in the relaxed and friendly pub.
A doggiestop off the A35 with lots of interest to see, and you can pack it all into a short stop.
Easy dog walk from a traditional Kentish village pub. Follow paths through orchards and crops in this corner of the garden of England.
Lovely country pub with a grand view of Bodiam Castle from the beer garden. Dog-friendly and with an easy walk from the door.
A very welcoming and dog-friendly country pub with a lovely dog walk on the doorstep. The building is so old, late 1200s, and must have seen some doings in its past!
Family and dog fun here, with the ruins of the biggest castle in the North and you might even spot a really famous racehorse from one of the racing stables. The town is horse obsessed.
At first glance this is just another small village with a pub. But as soon as you start to walk around with the dog, it's clear that there are some marvellous moments to be had here.
It's worth taking a break in this pretty village, or you'll miss everything by driving by.
Very welcoming and popular establishment, and worth the narrow lanes to get to. The pub has impeccable foodie credentials, but isn't in the least pretentious. An absolute find.