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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).
The first thing to notice about this village is the enormous village green. And then, lurking beyond the green are the ruins of an old castle.
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.
Pretty and dog-friendly little pub in Wharfedale, with some fine walks and doggie-paddling right on the doorstep.
A village with a massive bow-wow-wow factor as you enter.
Jem was oddly self-conscious about posing in the secret gnome garden of this friendly and welcoming dog-friendly pub.
A handy doggiestop for when you need a few shops, somewhere to eat and an easy off-lead walk for lively dogs. About 2 miles from the M1 Jct 13.
Relaxed village pub with a friendly welcome, plus an uncomplicated walk over the remains of an abandoned medieval village. Well worth knowing about this if you're near Aylesbury or Leighton Buzzard.
Very pretty riverside refreshments and an easy walk beside the Thames. The historic town is worth a bit of an explore if you have time.
A chance to walk the dog and enjoy a moment of local history on the site of the Battle of Radcot Bridge. This was young Richard the 2nd v the Earl of Derby (for the people). The people triumphed.
One of our absolute favourite country pubs with walks, and one that we try and find excuses to visit whenever possible.
A warm and welcoming 16th century pub where people and dogs are all made to feel at home. The walk isn't the most exciting in the world but it is really convenient and easy to follow.