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This is one of the most photographed buildings in Stratford, and its curvy timbers date back to 1595.
What's not to like about an 18th century dog-friendly inn with a pile of freshly laundered dog towels in the hall for muddy dogs? And the walk here is almost guaranteed to end up with a soggie doggie.
Early one Sunday morning in April, this track was sparkling with dewy May bloom and buttercups and with no trace of the 21st century to be seen or heard. A total delight for dogs and people.
Seriously dog-friendly pub. Doggy bar with fresh water, treats, toys & towels
Atmospheric and dog-friendly ruined castle from the 14th century with a very exciting moat. Very good for children and dogs, with a playground in the public car park.
Very traditional and attractive Cotswold village with the broad lanes and imposing houses typical of the good fortune earned through the wool trade.
Apart from a dog walk and a lovely pub, be prepared for a full on cute attack here. Views, walkies, overall loveliness - it's all here. Easy for an A350 doggiestop and not bad for the A303 as well.
Nice that the dog-friendly pub here serves coffee in the mornings, and there's a pleasant relaxing feel to the whole village. Good for a journey break and stress-free dog walk.
A 13th century village that has starred in many a film, and is definitely worth making a short stop for on your journey. Or even as a day trip if you're based nearby.
Former forester's cottage and dog kennels, with a log fire and seasonal classic/modern cooking.
Historic coaching inn on the road between Chard and Axminster, with extremely good food and a pleasant rustic style atmosphere. Great place to stop for a treat - but you do need to reserve a table.
Rural tavern with a bit of a poachers and smugglers feel to it. Not too much space inside, so you may find yourself cuddling up to a Cap'n Jack Sparrow. Fossil museum inside the pub.