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It would be easy to miss this 18th century coaching inn as it's only when you get inside that the immense charm of the building shines through.
Dogs are welcome in this well-known historic village, and a visit is a lovely way to spend a day. Combine the quaint shops and tea-rooms with a walk on the coast path for total doggie delight.
Popular dog-friendly pub in a seriously cute, touristy village. Parking can be tricky on sunny summer days.
Dog-friendly pub and a lovely country dog walk in the village celebrated as the birthplace of Sir Walter Raleigh.
When you can't wait to get a feel of the countryside and lose the sounds of traffic, this old-school traditional village pub could be the answer.
If Friar Tuck ran an inn, this could very well be it. The building itself is old, very old. As you enter you get the feel of centuries of hearty eating and full-bodied claret.
A traditional thatched inn with a lovely atmosphere of warmth and comfort as soon as you enter.
Deep in rural Worcestershire, this is a good place to take a break from the motorway, or the A38. The pub is welcoming and unpretentious, and the dog walk is fabulous in dry weather.
Close to one of the prettiest bridges in the Cotswolds, and on a quiet day this is a heavenly spot.
Pretty riverside pub with a large waterside garden and a short doggie legstretch in woodland.
Popular eating pub with a welcoming and friendly feel, and accommodation too. It's a bit in the middle of nowhere but perfect for a break off the A44.
Dog-friendly community owned pub in the Preselli hills. A magical area where the landscape changes from moment to moment and visitors feel hugged by the hills and soft forest breezes.