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On a warm day you can't beat a walk near water for its feel good factor. On this walk you can walk to the nearby community inn for a tasty meal or snack, and then stroll back.
Quaint little rural inn with a welcoming feel, blazing fire in winter and outside tables for summer.
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.
Dog-friendly pub just off the A361 and with no narrow lanes to get there. Good food, a pretty garden and friendly atmosphere makes this a winner!
Ideal for a dog-friendly stop-over on your journey, this little market town gives you access to lovely walks on Dartmoor and the hills, as well as all the facilities you may need in the town.
Quaint village pub with hospitable staff (and local customers). In winter there's a massive fire to keep you toasty warm, and in summer the beer garden swings into action.
Riverside dog-friendly pub with a big garden and plenty of space. Good for families, with snacks, ice-cream and meals to suit all ages.
A tiny village with stories of giants, ancient tombs and a lot of footpaths. The dog is welcome at the village inn and the walking is superb.
Dog-friendly village pub dating from the 14th century and still in touch with its history with antique farm implements at the front, and with menu and service to suit modern folk.
A village with an exciting dog walk, and an award-winning dog-friendly country inn with outstanding food. Apparently William Blake wrote the words for 'Jerusalem' in this very building.
Exhilarating dog walk on ancient tracks, and a dog-friendly 15th century pub for refreshment. It's quaint beyond belief and well worth a visit.
You may spot your dog sniffing more carefully than usual in this historic village pub. Smugglers once had the run of the place, and contraband was hidden in the rectory cellar and the inn.