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A country inn that's full of charm. Warm and comforting in winter, open and spacious in summer. Since we visited the management has changed at least twice - we think it's still dog-friendly.
Pretty as a picture ittle village with a medieval dog-friendly pub, river that's perfect for cooling the paws, and an accessible walk on a hard-surface access lane.
Easy-to-spot from the A49 this upmarket dog-friendly inn with B&B rooms makes a good doggiestop on your journey.
Relaxing and dog-friendly traditional 17th century inn with a welcoming atmosphere. And a very easy-going dog walk on a track between fields, with no livestock to worry about.
Friendly coffee house with all day food, and fine coffee. And they look after their canine customers very nicely.
Sit with the dog and enjoy a superior pint with the pooch in the centre of town. Rather good food here too.
Dog-friendly inn with loads of historic 16th century character and charm. Easy to find from the A46 and a hassle-free stop close to the tourist attractions, and yet still a bit of a hidden gem.
Periwinkle Cottage sits at the heart of the National Trust' Selworthy Green and has its origins in the C17th.
Outstandingly pretty pub with a signature thatched roof and a long history of hospitality.
Really good place for a doggiestop in hot weather - the pub seems to come to life with the sunshine!
A lively dog walk onto one of the local treasures and a couple of dog-friendly pubs for after-walkies.
A former railway hotel, now upgraded to an award-winning Camra free house. Dogs gets a good welcome, with bowls of fresh water provided.