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A characterful rural and dog-friendly inn that once refreshed packhorse drovers as they freighted local produce through the dales. Look out for the restored pump and horse troughs opposite the pub.
Eyam is famous for its history as the 'Plague Village', and you'll find a museum explaining the backstory of nearly 300 deaths in the 17th century.
Right on the A5 (Watling Street) carriage route between London and Chester this is an old canal-side pub that's been brought into the 21st century in some style.
When the lakes at Earlswood were created to top up the canal system, a few enterprising souls realised that Earlswood had tourist potential.
Dog-friendly throughout, it's so easy to imagine mail coaches and tired riders stopping here for a break from the road. Dog biscuits and dog beer available.
Welcoming village pub, with a relaxed atmosphere and plenty of space for families, and of course dogs.
Wonderful country pub. Great food, roaring fire in cold weather and a lovely friendly team behind the bar.
Canal towpaths are lovely because there's no chance of getting lost on your walk. And this one starts from a dog-friendly pub that must have seen a good slice of canal action over the years.
Excellent pub with a varied selection of dog walks starting from the door.
Wonderful pub, and everything a pub should be. Dog-friendly, great food, warm and welcoming, loads of outside space in summer. Walks from the door.
Village pub that's a popular focus in the centre of the village. Traditional pub meals served, and dogs are welcome in the bar and garden.
Just over 5 miles from the M40 Jct 10. Massively old pub, dog friendly in bar, and a dog-walk on the doorstep.