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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.
Tudor, the real deal, dog-friendly pub just inside the city walls. There's a link to the Beatles here as John Lennon's grandmother was born in the building.
Astonishingly old, and dog-friendly pub with its own flour mill that's still in use. It seems so strange to have a 15th century building still in use, and within a stone's throw of the busy A33.
A rural dog walk over Romney Marsh from a village loved by the author of the Railway Children.
Interesting walk with the dog through a marshland nature reserve, and a very welcoming pub for post-walkies refreshments.
An attractive village with a good dog walk and a well-preserved windmill to admire. Not too far from the A28.
A dog-friendly and welcoming village inn surrounded by good walking routes makes an ideal doggiestop from the M20 Junction 9.
Expect a friendly welcome at this small pub in a village renowned for its Treacle Mine. The pub is popular with walkers (including Elmo in the picture here).
Sensational views from the terrace of this quirky, stylishly rustic dog-friendly pub. And either of the dog-walks are winners too.
We nicknamed this 'the village of the high walls' because that's all you see from the road. Presumably there must have been some serious raiding going on at one time.
This welcoming dog-friendly pub was made famous as the original 'Woolpack' in Emmerdale.
A lovely old inn is the start point for this dog walk in the Yorkshire Dales.