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A small village and locals pub surrounded by excellent dog walking routes. The village was once the worldwide centre for the weaving of plush.
Woodland walks on good trails with sculptures
Plenty of dog walking here, and if you're taking a break on a journey please allow extra time for enthusiasm. It's hard to tear yourself away from the big open spaces.
Top class dog walk and a lovely old thatched pub to sit outside and enjoy the countryside and bracing air.
A classic village pub with a genuine welcome to all, and their dogs of course.
Near junction of A9 and A86 Stumbled across this little gem by accident while looking for somewhere else. Dogs need to be kept on lead around this lovely little nature reserve based around two ponds.
A 16th century dog friendly freehouse with a roaring log fire in winter, and a relaxed 'smart rustic' atmosphere.
A pub being brought back to life by new owners. Dog-friendly in the bar and some good fresh and tasty food going on.
Very pleasant local woodland walk, with some really loud woodpeckers to keep you company. No facilities, and not worth a detour from the motorway, but handy if you are already nearby.
A fabulous bound with the hound on moorland with loads of space and massive views across to Wales, and down to Porlock Bay.
When you're in need of a break from the A38 before Plymouth, a family and dog-friendly country park is a good bet for some really good activities and calm in the car for the haul into Cornwall.
Well-hidden rural pub that made Jem happy from the start with a barrell of dog water at the entrance.