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On the A382 but also in the middle of the town, so this dog-friendly pub is maybe best for a stop on your journey when you also need to buy stuff, find an ATM or other town tasks.
Dog-friendly inn with a bar/restaurant and dog-friendly rooms. Dog walks from the door and plenty to see in this historic village.
In Summer when the sun's shining and the sea is twinkling blue, come here for a dog-friendly drink or meal at a pub which claims to be one of the oldest in Wales.
Smart dog-friendly dining and a relaxing dog walk by the river. In days of yore, think highwaymen and powdered wigs, this used to be a coaching inn and it's still a perfect place to break a journey.
Lovely old country inn, not far from Lyme Regis and surrounded by great dog walks.
An extraordinary inn that is a real survivor from the 14th century. If history is your thing, then the building alone is worth a visit.
Seriously dog-friendly pub. Doggy bar with fresh water, treats, toys & towels
Dog-friendly inn close to the Welsh border, and easy to spot on the A456. A reliable doggiestop for business meeting, families and with good disabled facilities.
A dog-friendly country inn that's full of charm. Warm and comforting in winter, open and spacious in summer.
Dog-friendly dining close to Denbigh, and also close to the Offa's Dyke path. The pub has been restored and improved by the current owners and is well worth seeking out.
The Dukes Head Pub is dog friendly and has parking.
Nice neighbourhood pub with good food and outdoor seating area. Dogs welcome inside and out.