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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.
One of Jem's favourite doggiestops and it's lovely for dog swimming, a short walkies, and really excellent home-made cakes. The operational steam railway will thrill everyone, and it smells divine!
Dog-friendly 17th century coaching inn with some of most highly polished copper in the county, and a spooky tale of buried skulls to get you guessing ...
Historic dog walkies, river paddling for hot dogs, free parking and several choices for getting take-away refreshments or a dog-friendly pub in the village centre.
Small dog-friendly pub with flavoursome food and a friendly welcome. It's a shame there's no dog walk here as there is a disused railway line and a brideway nearby.
A large and airy modern dining inn with an easy to find dog walk from the door.
Traditional village pub with a warm welcome, and a real rural feel. Lovely walks nearby but not from the door.
When you can't wait to get a feel of the countryside and lose the sounds of traffic, this old-school traditional village pub could be the answer.
Friendly and unpretentious inn with a cozy feel to it. We struggled to find a good dog walk from the village without a long stretch of road walking, which was a shame.
Rural pubby pub with lots of green space around it, and dogs are welcome. Popular with weekenders when the sun is shining. Good for families.
A welcoming and relaxed country inn with several comfortable little rooms for dining or snacking. Light and airy, and not a bit grubby-pubby.
A dog-friendly dining pub that's on our 'one to watch' list. Owner Simon took this run-down village pub over in late 2018 and has started his to-do list with the food.