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When you and the dog are hungry and stuck in the middle of nowhere near Peterborough, this is a welcome bolthole from the faintly strange and otherworldly Fenland landscape.
Historic dining pub with dog tables and dog walk within a stone's throw of the A66.
A pretty 17th century country inn, complete with traditionally thatched roof and fine provender. A nice mix of old and new, and a short dog walk to work up an appetite for lunch.
Dog-friendly inn and plenty of dog walking paths in this small village, renowned for its treacle mines. Treacle mining has apparently been a running joke since the 18th century, really?
Small community pub with rustic charm. A good outdoorsy atmosphere for country folk.
Lovely dog walk on safe bridle paths, and close to the A354. The pub was closed for its own holidays when we stopped by so it's a bit of an unknown.
Stunning 16th century thatched country inn with dog-friendly B&B rooms and a warm welcome. It's not far from Chard.
Do try and make a doggiestop in this little market town. You'll find dog-friendly pubs, dog-friendly B&B, a lovely dog-friendly cafe and bookshop, and a fabulous dog walk with swimming.
The dog-friendly and famous pub from which Uncle Tom Cobbley and all set off to the fair. By the time you get there from the A30 the song starts to make sense (narrow lane alert).
You'll find this dog-friendly pub in the shadow of the Malvern Hills, which adds quite a bit to the atmosphere. A dog walk from the door, plus B&B rooms and camping makes this one to add to the list.
This is a bit like a history lesson squeezed into one visit. Interesting though, and even dogs can join in. The pub is big and friendly, and very welcoming.
Historic and dog-friendly pub that could almost be a tourist destination in its own right, it's so old. The food is much praised by locals, and did look very appetising.