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Very welcoming dog-friendly cafe/country pub/restaurant and B&B that's close to the M40 Junction 5 between Oxford and High Wycombe.
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. This seems more relevant post-pandemic than ever.
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.
Refreshments in a popular old coaching inn with a dog walk from the door makes this a pawfect doggiestop. It's less than 5 miles from the M1 Junction 15 or the A428 and near Northampton.
A sun-kissed Cotswold village warms the heart and has to be in the top ten of journey de-stressers. This ticks all the boxes for a totally lovely dog walk in the Cotswolds from a dog-friendly pub.
Medieval town on the pretty River Windrush. It's a popular tourist destination and you'll find several dog-friendly shops, pubs and water bowls outside shops and cafes for hot dogs.
Country dining in an award-winning country pub, and an easy woodland walk for dogs to enjoy. Less than 4 miles from the M25, and close to the A41 also.
A sixteenth century thatched inn with easy access to a recreation path makes this a good spot for a relaxed moment out with the dog.
The dog-friendly pub here appears almost like a mirage if you're walking across the fells on a misty day. And it's an ideal stopping point if you're travelling cross country.
Gorgeous 15th century dog-friendly village pub in one of Warwickshire's nicest villages. Log fire, beams and good cheer in abundance.