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A warm and welcoming inn that's half in Wales and half in England. They specialise in roasts, and the warm comforting aroma of Sunday lunch (but not just on Sundays) is a joy!
Tiny and popular dog-friendly pub that's a regular CAMRA regional winner. It's a part of the Enville Estate so the surroundings are quite grand while the pub is scruffy-chic.
Surprisingly rural pub on the edge of the Black Country. It does have a locals' feel, but less so in the summer when it's warm enough to sit outside.
A really good dining pub with a farm to fork menu and a truly memorable font of dog biscuits!
A friendly country pub with rooms on the way to Bridgnorth.
A quirky little gem of a cafe and campsite that's a new enterprise and well worth checking out.
Dog friendly pub with great menu and decent sized car park
A dog-friendly pub that hides an extraordinary story within its walls. Time Team unravelled some of the history and this is far from the Victorian building it seems to be!
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!
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.
Desperate dogs in search of an ice cream and a pot of tea for the human will get their tails wagging at the vintage cafe in the middle of town.
A long uphill trek to the top of the hill will reward you with a huge view from the top (apart from the basalt quarry below) and a definite sense of achievement.