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Roadside dog-friendly country inn on the A281 with a relaxing garden and upmarket menu. The paint job certainly makes it un-missable from the Brighton Road.
Dog-friendly 16th century coaching inn, full of character. CAMRA ales and home-cooking. It's popular and so it's a good idea to call ahead and book a dog table.
Big-hearted 17th century pub with loads of parking and a welcome to match. The scatter cushions and kilims give the spotless interior a faintly bohemian touch.
A happy rural pub with camping in summer, and close to the A350.
Dog-friendly fine dining in the bar with a thoroughly rural dog walk from the door. Very friendly and unstuffy atmosphere.
The story has it that a Civil War battle between the Cavaliers and Roundheads took place right on the site of this very dog-friendly pub. A shaggy dog story? Maybe, but it could be true.
Pleasantly unhurried 17th century country pub with good food. Very tempting Specials board. And a great welcome in the bar for dogs.
Easy to reach dog-friendly dining inn off the A35. Well-organised and efficient.
Very easy to get to from the A37 without adding to your journey time. You'll find a stone-flagged bar, with a good foodie menu and a big welcome for dogs.
Magical dog-friendly pub with instant access to walks. Just pawfect. Watch out for the squadron of ducks guarding the car park!
Victorian pub where locals and passing strangers are all made welcome. Good value snacks and lunches served, and it's not far from an off-lead dog walk. Regular dog walks every month.
A dog-welcoming country hotel and restaurant, just 4 miles away from the M6 Junction 17 and Sandbach.