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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.
From the pub you can see the River Avon rushing past on the last leg of its journey to join the Severn in a headlong dash to the sea.
Old-school traditional black and white pub with a really friendly welcome, home-cooked food and a good dog walk from the door. Marvellous.
A traditional thatched Freehouse with a friendly and cheerful atmosphere.
A laid-back village pub that's in the heart of the community, and also gives a warm welcome to visitors. Walks all around, and hearty rural portions.
Small locals pub in a village with much charm of the black-and-white Tudor type.
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!
Such a perfect country pub, with a welcoming approach to dogs and walkers in the bar. It's also popular locally for great food.
This ticks all the boxes for a great country inn - friendly people, good food, lovely old building and a genuine welcome.
Refreshingly rural dog-friendly pub with lots of walking nearby
Well-hidden down a rural lane, just under 2 miles from the A44, this village pub is popular with those in the know. Expect a friendly welcome for you and the dog.
Historic and dog-friendly pub with quite a story behind it, starting with Cromwell in the building! Now you can still see the old bits but there's modern service and menus; that's a relief.