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Unpretentious and friendly pub with a large recreation ground over the road where little dogs will be quite happy with a run.
Dogs are welcome in this stunningly pretty village with a lived-in castle and bags of history. As close to real-life time travel as you can get! Very close to the A28.
If you're looking for a doggiestop on the way to or from Dover, this 18th century coaching inn and historic village is a relaxed choice.
A doggietastic combo of woodland walkies with loads of scamper space, and then you're close to a very dog-friendly pub in the most haunted village in Kent.
This is one for the rail enthusiasts, as well as the dog. It's a good long walk for pretty much as long as you can manage. And the pub has some interesting old photographs of steaming trains.
The dog walks in this small village in Wensleydale start from the pub where James Herriott spent his honeymoon in 1941. That's so romantic!
The dog walk starts near what seems to be a Rapunzel tower. Kids of all ages can climb up the narrow stairs and get a lovely view of the river.
A tiny village with dog-friendly pub where you can enjoy a walk over fields or strike out for a bustling canal tourist centre (and not pay the parking!).
A thriving little town with a number of dog-friendly places for refreshment, and a charity shop for greyhounds with doggie ice-cream and cuddles!
Another fine village and pub in the shadow of the Uffington White Horse.
A brisk trot up to the Ridgeway and then refreshments in a 17th century dog-friendly inn.
A fine, traditional pub that does not seem to have changed for many years. You will find it opposite a fine structure over the village well. The village is delightful and the walk is easy to follow.