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Over 18s and dogs all welcome at the pub, and loads of off-lead doggie dashing space in the forest before or afterwards.
On a warm sunny day, bring the dog for a walk here and enjoy refreshments on a terrace with an unbeatable view over the valley.
Not far from the A1 if you're heading West, the market town of Masham is a handy place for a doggiestop and refreshments.
A 17th century coaching inn that's had new life and creativity breathed into it by a talented restaurant team. It's a fine and dog-friendly place to take a driving break.
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.
A dog-friendly fifteenth-century coaching inn on the banks of the river Teme, and nestled below a nature reserve with many footpaths.
Very enticing dog-friendly country inn, with mouth-watering aromas from the kitchen and the sort of atmosphere that makes you feel welcomed and relaxed.
Refreshments in a popular old coaching inn with a dog walk from the door makes this a pawfect doggiestop. It's less than 5 miles from the M1 Junction 15 or the A428 and near Northampton.
Friendly and welcoming inn, and a fabulous walk for the dogs just off the village green. An idyllic place to take a break.
Charmingly rural 16th century inn, with a dog-walk from the door.
Traditional pub with a garden for hearty pub fare and real ale, plus a campsite. Really close to the M20 Jct 11. Friendly people, and it's also very close to channel crossing points.
Gorgeous 15th century dog-friendly village pub in one of Warwickshire's nicest villages. Log fire, beams and good cheer in abundance.