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A walk here that Fido will love, with Red Kites wheeling above making their characteristic mewling calls. Less than 5 miles from Junction 4 and 5 on the M40
A dog-friendly dining pub and quick doggiestop close to the M25 Junctions 23 and 24, and the A1M and a handy alternative to the Services at South Mimms.
Lovely food, Great Service and dog Friendly
Lovely, dog welcoming cafe on Llandaff high street. Website says: Our first Cardiff Coffi Lab in the picturesque leafy neighbourhood of Llandaff, a City within a City.
A walk around a famous Irish racecourse with a very dog-friendly pub close by.
This cafe at Aberdeen beach is all about your fur baby you can eat drink inside and outside in this establishment and the food is wonderful
A 16th century coaching inn lying in the shadow of Blencathra. The village is just a few breaths away from the main road and in a quiet world of its own.
Very sweet village inn, with a pretty garden and friendly atmosphere. Dogs, families and strangers made to feel welcome. Definitely try one of the local ciders if you're not driving.
Rural village inn with a homely feel. Dogs and families are welcome, and if you're making a break from your journey this feels a bit like time travel (in a good way).
A choice of iconic monuments to walk the dog and see what's to see, and then get a snack and coffee (or a full meal) in a traditional family- and dog-friendly inn.
A lovely 18th century riverside pub previously owned by Keith Floyd. The whole area is really pretty and well worth visiting for a night or two with your dog.
A dog-friendly hostelry dating back to the 15th century, and full of quirky character. Dogs are welcome in the bar, and if you're staying overnight canine guests are allowed.