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An old pub with a welcoming mix of tradition, and modern dining. It's a stylish approach that's in keeping with centuries of hospitality.
A simply gorgeous Cotswold village pub surrounded by walks and picture-perfect countryside. Absolutely perfect for families and dogs, and it's well worth planning a stop here on your journey.
The dog walk here is an easy stroll along a canal towpath. After that you could visit a dog-friendly country pub that's full of character and open-hearted country banter.
A walk along the famous River Foyle as well as a fine park. This is a really popular place for dog walkers and there is a hotel to return to for refreshments and overnight stays too.
Great food. Dogs welcome outside and the view is out of this world
A lovely, easy stroll up a woodland valley with fell views at the far end!
Not far from Polesden Lacey National Trust. The Plough is very dog friendly and home of the warm welcome for human and dog alike.
This cafe at Aberdeen beach is all about your fur baby you can eat drink inside and outside in this establishment and the food is wonderful
My fur baby was welcomed in the restaurant in the bar and outside and they provided my baby with some water and the food was delicious
Vast woodland, owned by the City of London but available to all. Maps available online and on-site (boards and leaflets). Some flat walks, some with inclines.
Here you'll find an accessible dog walk with no stiles or livestock and a country pub with a menu to savour or sandwiches for a quick bite.
I love visiting a hotel where the chef is proud to announce they have a doggie Sunday roast menu! And dogs are also welcome here as overnight hotel guests.