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Part of the charm of the pub is their easy-access car park. So if you're getting used to driving a motorhome this is a hassle-free place to stop.
This walk can be as short or long as you like; it's a long-distance footpath and beautifully signed so you can't possibly get lost.
Traditional village pub with a fine welcome for dogs, and a walk starting pretty much from the front door.
A small dog-friendly pub snuggled under the walls of the churchyard in a village that is well worth exploring. Dogs get a fine walk here, and the pub prides itself on excellent food.
Very laid-back establishment on the banks of the river. Dogs are welcome and the outside seating overlooking the water is fabulous.
You'll find a relaxed combination here of dog-friendly pub, and a dog walk starting within a few metres of the door. Pawfect for pooches on the go.
Well-hidden down a rural lane, just under 2 miles from the A44, this village pub is popular with those in the know. Expect a friendly welcome for you and the dog.
Small locals pub in a village with much charm of the black-and-white Tudor type.
From the pub you can see the River Avon rushing past on the last leg of its journey to join the Severn in a headlong dash to the sea.
A 15th century pub tucked under Windgather Rocks. That's over 500 years of traveller hospitality, which sounds amazing.
The name of the village is almost as good as Little Snoring, so we couldn't resist this one.
One of the DwD team favourites if we're nearby. Very traditional, historic inn with a very friendly atmosphere.