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Reliably dog-friendly pub/restaurant that has a dog walk almost from the door. Not far off the A34 for a doggiestop near Wilmslow.
We were completely amazed by this little village, not just because of the fabulous 15th century chateau but mainly because of the very friendly people who live here.
Great combo of pub and walking path here, which will keep everyone happy.
A country park set in the breathtaking scenery of Snowdonia.
The prosperous little town of Linlithgow bustles purposefully, with fair trade shops and a wide choice of cafes and restaurants. Definitely worth a detour if you're passing through the area.
Small rural dog-friendly pub, with flagged floors and beams. Gets busy in summer and warm weekends.
An easy walk down to a dog-friendly beach, with picnic spots and a river for swimming and paddling along the way. Popular in summer, and doggie delight all year round.
The bridge here marks the boundary between England and Wales, and looks as if it's very old indeed. The walk along the river is easy to follow and very pleasant in dry weather.
Very much in the middle of nowhere, apart from the farm, and it's a very tranquil place to walk with the dog through woodland on a section of the Tabular Hills walk.
A nice mix of family fun and plenty of childrens activities near the visitor centre and quieter dog walks starting from the visitor centre or one of the large campsites and informal parking spaces...
A choice here of a doggy day out, with a chance to admire a jaw-dropping wooden medieval barn and take a walk with the pooch with refreshments at a particularly friendly village pub.
On a sunny day the town and beach would sparkle. As it was, grey clouds took over and spoiled everything! Dogs are adored at the pub, and they also have a cottage for rent right by the beach.