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Traditional pub with a good local reputation. Dogs are welcome in the bar (not the restaurant).Well worth phoning ahead to book a table as the bar is quite small.
This is a village with an ancient past, and easily missed by drivers on the busy A38.
This walk takes you into a bit of a timewarp. The very village with its thatched cottages has been around for literally ages, and even the pub is a converted barn.
Great combo of pub and walking path here, which should keep everyone happy.
Gleaming, but comfy pub with just the right mix of design and informality. The food's superb and service excellent.
One of those stunning Peak District dog walks with a scenic view at every turn.
An easy 2-mile circular walk with lots of lovely clean water for dogs to enjoy. Easy to spot pub opposite the church and close to the lower car park.
This is the largest open space in London by far at nearly 6,000 acres. It's brilliant for dogs to romp off-lead, roll in the unspeakable and have a great doggie moment.
A delightful dog walk on the English side of the River Wye, with a great view of the ruins of an abbey full of history. Excellent refreshments in the 12th century dog-friendly inn.
Early one Sunday morning in April, this track was sparkling with dewy May bloom and buttercups and with no trace of the 21st century to be seen or heard. A total delight for dogs and people.
Busy dog-friendly pub on the main road and just outside the village.
Chatty locals make this village pub a cheerful place for a refreshments. Unusually two cottages were knocked together to create the pub in the 1960s, bit of a trend reversal there.