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Very traditional and attractive Cotswold village with the broad lanes and imposing houses typical of the good fortune earned through the wool trade.
Short stroll with the dog and a dog-friendly upmarket dining pub in the Nadder Valley and close to the A303. The village was once called 'Stop', which is as good a reason to take break as any!
Small community pub with rustic charm. A good outdoorsy atmosphere for country folk.
Lovely dog walk on safe bridle paths, and close to the A354. The pub was closed for its own holidays when we stopped by so it's a bit of an unknown.
Very pleasant dog-friendly inn at the heart of the village. Ideal for a relaxing break from your journey and with an easy dog walk too.
Do try and make a doggiestop in this little market town. You'll find dog-friendly pubs, dog-friendly B&B, a lovely dog-friendly cafe and bookshop, and a fabulous dog walk with swimming.
A traditional thatched inn with a lovely atmosphere of warmth and comfort as soon as you enter.
A welcoming and restful former coaching inn, with a huge welcome for dogs and their drivers. The front garden has a stream running through, and there's a fine dog walk too.
Cheerful and dog-friendly pub with a walk from the end of the car park. We loved the Thai lunch option.
The dog-friendly pub here is a free house, with young enthusiastic owners. And the dog walk is an easy there-and-back from the pub.
Another fantastically ancient Kentish inn, this one dates from the 16th century. And plenty of walking on the long-distance Greensand Way.
Less than 2 miles from the M26 as the crow flies, but light years away in reality. This pretty village in the Low Weald feels like the deep countryside, and is a treat to find.