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A stream for doggie splashing in the shade and then an inn of considerable charm. What's not to enjoy here?
The Boot is a bit unlucky with its location, on a bend of the A435 where most people just don't see it until too late. Once in the car park it's clear that the pub is bigger than it appears to be!
A 16th century pub situated opposite to the grounds of Blenheim Palace and on the bank of the river Glyme. The garden is lovely in warm weather.
For a break from the busy A5, this is a handy choice for you and the dog. The pub is dog-friendly, and the village itself is well worth an explore.
The name of the village is almost as good as Little Snoring, so we couldn't resist this one.
Rural village pub with banter at the bar, and generous portions. Friendly, relaxed and there's an enormous beer garden. Popular with walkers and cyclists. Really good beer.
Easy to find dog-friendly pub just off the A39 after (west of) Bridgwater. If the holiday mood is getting strained this is a handy place to take a break.
This a great place to take a break and combine refreshments at a welcoming dog-friendly pub with a walk on the Cotswold Way to the Tyndale monument and beyond if you have time.
Perfect combo of dog-friendly pub with an interesting canalside walk too.
Friendly traditional pub with roaring fires, flagstones and everything you'd expect from a popular inn that dates back to the 16th century.
A real get-away from the road and holiday traffic - with a dog-friendly pub and a dog walk which gives you the first whiff of the seaside! The last bit depends on the wind and tide level, but for...
You can tell from the enormous car park that something's up in this village. The pub and village have indeed featured in films and TV series.