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Former forester's cottage and dog kennels, with a log fire and seasonal classic/modern cooking.
Can you imagine that there's been an inn on this site since 1588 - the year of the Armada? The river Bourne runs beside the pub, good for summer cooling.
Outside of the dog-friendly pub looks like a postcard, it's old, thatched and really lovely. Inside it's welcoming and friendly.
A lovely river walk with dog friendly pub in the village. Park on Station rd before the railway bridge when heading south. Take the path down to the river.
After a long drive up to this stage of my journey, needed to find a place to eat. But first a walk in the park by the west end car park. Jack loved the park, next to the sea Loch.
Dog friendly cafe serving speciality coffee cakes and pastries. Light breakfasts and lunches.
Lovely family run pub and shop . Welcome dogs and lots of "meat " treats given to your pooch whilst you're eating Sunday dinner .
Dogs love this country park on the outskirts of Buxton. It's a handy place for local dog-walkers, as well as being a safe and easy walking option if you're staying in the area.
A country-style dining pub on the main road and easy to spot. Good as a meet-up spot with friends as it's near the M6 near Crewe and also a handy place to break your journey.
Hazel Grove Interchange
Large, popular pub and dogs are welcome.
A gem of a pub, with pretty flowers, a relaxing sofa and pleasant, friendly staff. It's dog-friendly on the right hand (larger) side of the bar.
Amazing! You'll struggle to find a better place to eat, drink or sleep while in the area. The inn has a hotel attached which is also dog friendly- booking early is required.