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Totally switched on country inn with a dog walk signed from the car park.
A lovely relaxing dog walk just off the A38, with the chance of an excellent pub lunch at a popular family-run 16th century inn.
A family run local pub where dogs are made very welcome indeed. The regulars even have their doggie portraits framed and on the wall.
You need some determination to reach this dog-friendly heritage village in the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
At first glance this is just another small village with a pub. But as soon as you start to walk around with the dog, it's clear that there are some marvellous moments to be had here.
A 17th century coaching inn that's had new life and creativity breathed into it by a talented restaurant team. It's a fine and dog-friendly place to take a driving break.
A sleepy and traditional agricultural village, with a surprisingly large pub.
A fine old pub in the heart of a small Berkshire village and handy for a good dog exercise spot.
A hugely popular 2-mile walking route, and a delight in every season of the year. Dogs can enjoy a dip in the river too.
A characterful rural and dog-friendly inn that once refreshed packhorse drovers as they freighted local produce through the dales. Look out for the restored pump and horse troughs opposite the pub.
Posh and proud of it, a country inn with immense style. And close to a delightful dog walk. Dogs are welcome, or in their own words: "We welcome dogs as long as they don't eat our bantums!"
A sun-kissed Cotswold village warms the heart and has to be in the top ten of journey de-stressers. This ticks all the boxes for a totally lovely dog walk in the Cotswolds from a dog-friendly pub.