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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.
You don't have many options for a comfort break on the A458 in this part of Wales. So this dog-friendly establishment has a lot to offer.
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.
16th century inn with a long history of feeding hungry travellers and giving good service. Large beer garden in summer and a blazing woodburner in winter. Kids and dogs welcome.
Deep in rural Worcestershire, this is a good place to take a break from the motorway, or the A38. The pub is welcoming and unpretentious, and the dog walk is fabulous in dry weather.
Brookside pub with an abundance of character, and fantastically dog-friendly. Good food too.
Popular eating pub with a welcoming and friendly feel, and accommodation too. It's a bit in the middle of nowhere but perfect for a break off the A44.
Historic and dog-friendly coaching inn off the A22, and just a few minutes drive from Lewes. It would be tempting to talk about the exceptionally quirky interior here.
Unpretentious CAMRA village pub with its own camping fields behind the car park. They do love their pies here.
Great combo of a turrety medieval castle and a dog-friendly pub with good food and quick service.
Village pub with dog-friendly B&B rooms, and a big welcome for walkers.