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Very dog-friendly pub, with biscuits on arrival for hungry hounds. Well placed for a lunch stop if you're walking in the area - and expect generous portions.
Handy and dog-friendly pub for a walk by the canal, or just a pleasant place to sit in the beer garden and watch the boats go by. Close to the M42 and the M40.
Dog-friendly pub close to a couple of long-distance paths for walkies long or short, and with an impressive local reputation for its food.
A relaxing stroll along the Oxford Canal through the Cherwell Valley, starting from a delightful Oxfordshire village. Hard to remember you're just 3 miles from the M40.
This market town used to be of massive strategic importance and the Norman castle looms over Swaledale quite ominously on a grey day.
Popular and busy pub with plenty going on. The Inn dates from the 16th century - when it used to host a horse market.
The riverside path here is some 2.5m wide with plenty of dog romping space and an abundance of wildlife. This is probably as close as it gets to Wind in the Willows land, a magical walk.
This dog walk is on footpaths through flower-strewn meadows and farmland. It's a good doggiestop on your journey.
On the A64, and close to the A1 Junction 45.
Dog-friendly pub with excellent pub food and a warm welcome. Lots of footpaths nearby, and this is a less-visited part of the Cotswolds and so agreeably quiet throughout the year.
A popular favourite for dog walkers in the area. Good dogs might get a dog biscuit at the bar, and you'll find a choice of dog walks right from the car park. A relaxed country atmosphere.
Dog-friendly village pub dating from the 14th century and still in touch with its history with antique farm implements at the front, and with menu and service to suit modern folk.
A village with an exciting dog walk, and an award-winning dog-friendly country inn with outstanding food. Apparently William Blake wrote the words for 'Jerusalem' in this very building.