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If you're looking for a doggiestop on the way to or from Dover, this 18th century coaching inn and historic village is a relaxed choice.
An interesting dog-friendly pub in a lovely village which was home to Victorian poet Robert Bridges. The area has a feeling of well-being and the countryside is beautiful.
Tiny little rural village close to Stow-on-the-Wold with a dog-friendly pub and a really good dog walk. The village has so many ridiculously Cotswold stone cottages and medieval buildings .
Pretty village with some lovely traditional cottages to admire, and a dog-friendly pub or large village green to sit on to enjoy a picnic.
Very easy country pub to find on the Daventry Road, and ideal for a doggie pitstop. The walk is lovely on a sunny day, but can get very muddy in wet weather.
After a long walk with the dogs over the beaches and marshland of the Norfolk coast, the dog-friendly White Horse is exactly right for some marvellous food while the dogs snore under the table.
This is the pub immortalised in 'Three Men in a Boat', and every well-read dog will want to pay respects to one of the famous fox terrier Montmorency's haunts. It's a great pub and well worth a visit.
Great place for a dog walk in the forest.
A massive forest area that was once the domain of an 11th century Welsh princeling.
Short but lovely walk, with a doggie swimming pool at the far end and a dog friendly pub/hotel to look forward to after the climb out of the dale at the end of the walk.
This is a gem of a walk, for dogs and people alike and well worth visiting regularly for those who are lucky enough to live nearby.
Relaxing waterside inn with tables overlooking the river. Dog-friendly and ideal for a leisurely weekend lunch. There's also free parking by a small common which leads onto a long dog walk.