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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, a dog-friendly pub.
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 is easy to find, and then you mustn't leave without looking at the rest of the village.
A dog-friendly bolthole just a mile from the M6 Junction 18. Exquisitely prepared afternoon teas and a relaxing country pub atmosphere.
Brownshill Green is right on the edge of Coventry, and the walk here takes you past one of the City markers! The pub has a pleasant beer garden away from the road, and dogs are OK in the bar area too.
Quite a busy pub, seemingly well-supported by the local community. There's plenty of room inside and a welcoming feel to the place.
This 16th century coaching inn is a good all-rounder, and makes a useful stopping spot close to the M42 and NEC.
Such a pretty country pub, built in local stone over 300 years ago. It's a free house and everything a village pub should be, we think!
Welcoming and hospitable dog-friendly pub that's close to the entrance to Blenheim Palace and park.
An historic watermill dating back to medieval times, and now a dog-friendly country-style dining pub with an attractive garden.
The pub is nearly within touching distance of the M27 but it offers a warm welcome to dogs and humans alike. You are on the edge of the New Forest too so a good walk awaits.
Dog-friendly 17th century coaching inn in the heart of the stunning Yorkshire Dales National Park, near the spectacular Aysgarth falls and dog walks.