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A 12th century thatched dog-friendly inn, with a lovely atmosphere and good food. Watch your head on the beams if you're a bit tall.
Old fashioned pub serving home cooked food. Specializes in Tapas. Lovely beer garden. Dogs more than welcome but must be on a lead. Always fresh water at the ready.
Friendly and welcoming pub, where the landlord has a mass of local knowledge at his fingertips. Dogs are welcome, and you'll probably encounter locals with their dogs too.
You really wouldn't guess from the outside what an absolute treat lies within. Dogs get a rousing welcome and a doggie pack for overnight canines. The interior of the building is quietly stunning.
You won't want to miss this one! A Georgian red brick, ivy-coated inn standing proud and posh in the middle of nowhere.
What a sensational location this is. And it feels rather like taking the dog for a walk inside a Jane Austen novel. Could Mr Darcey be just around the corner?
A gentle stroll with the dog beside a river and over fields. The village and its pub are the stuff that tourism brochures are made of. Delightful.
An idyllic thatched pub, almost straight off a postcard. Expect a warm and friendly welcome here.
A dog-friendly pub that's most convenient for a walk in the National Trust estate just beyond the hedge.
Two pubs appear to be battling it out on the same waterside turf here! Both do decent food and we thought the Sun had the edge on dog-friendliness. Ideal spot for a doggie legstretch on the green.
A romp on the village green with the dog, and a handily placed pub with very tasty food for a snack on the go or a meal with friends. Also a good destination pub if you're bored of the coast.
A friendly and helpful Free House with draught cider and roaring fires in winter. Covered seating outside and garden tables.