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If you're visiting Bradford, this out-of-the-way rural and dog-friendly pub is good for easy parking, a dog walk from the car park and sensibly priced lunch or snacks. A practical choice.
A fabulous old pub in historic Hungerford, it is totally dog friendly and very close to a wonderful waterside walk.
A relaxing stroll by the River Thame and informal eating in a friendly village pub. All very good for dogs and drivers.
Well worth investigating, maybe more so if you live locally and are looking for good, friendly service and food after a long walk in the Wyre Forest.
Well-placed for a break just off the A37 for a dog walk and a coffee, or meal on your journey.
The dog walk and dog-friendly inn are slightly apart here, and if you just need to stop for Fido you can go straight to the walk car park.
Lovely place to make a doggiestop on your journey, with a really good shop for fresh produce as well as tasty meals. And there's a dog walk on a public footpath from the car park too.
On a warm day you can't beat a walk near water for its feel good factor. On this walk you can walk to the nearby community inn for a tasty meal or snack, and then stroll back.
A stunning piece of ancient history, as well as a great place for a dog walk not far from the A350. Perfect for families, dogs, history enthusiasts and anyone who loves a good view.
Dogs delight of a walk on the fringes of the New Forest, and close to Wimborne Minster. A lovely stop for a run and a relaxed and happy pooch for the rest of your trip.
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.
This 16th century pub has a welcoming attitude and dogs are welcome. The dog walk is a quiet and peaceful mooch with the pooch.