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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.
Stylishly renovated traditional pub in a pretty valley.
First up, this ticks all the boxes for a great place to take a break with the dog. Dog-friendly inside, large garden outside, and a really good dog walk just across a stream.
A lovely spot for a break on a hot day, with access to the river from the beer garden and plenty of garden tables. Kids, dogs and everyone will love it here.
Step back in time to this dog-friendly hotel and bar in the centre of town. Very welcoming indeed.
Handy dog-friendly roadside pub with a lovely bright and clean interior.
A traditional pub, opened up and extended and now with a restful almost Scandinavian feel. It's much larger than you'd guess from the outside.
Rather a characterful building on the A483 near Montgomery. Look up at the chimneys and you might think it has delusions of grandeur from the nearby Hall. Well, it was Wales Pub of the Year 2018/19.
Popular pub on the A470 and on the grey Monday we were there people were piling in as the clock struck 12. It's dog-friendly everywhere and the interior is snug and welcoming.
Really welcoming, slightly old-school and very comfortable pub and hotel in the Wye Valley. Jem and I were charmed!
A choice of easy dog walks from a 16th century coaching inn. Another Devon inn that's much larger on the inside than seems possible from the outside.