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We nicknamed this 'the village of the high walls' because that's all you see from the road. Presumably there must have been some serious raiding going on at one time.
This welcoming dog-friendly pub was made famous as the original 'Woolpack' in Emmerdale.
A lovely old inn is the start point for this dog walk in the Yorkshire Dales.
Lovely picnic table by the side of a little stream, and then a sheep-free walk with the dog up onto the moors. Don't forget to take your picnic.
A village local in the Vale of Belvoir south of Nottingham with easy access to a dog walk. New management (2019) has made big improvements to the menu and food quality.
Just north of Basingstoke, this is a good doggiestop with an off-lead walk and pleasant village pub. If you're out for the day, the walk extends to Watership Down.
Rural pub in a village famous for its watercress, and a dog walk with no stiles.
The author of 'Three Men in a Boat', Jerome K Jerome lived close to the village.
Dog-friendly pub within a stroll of Chatsworth.
This can be a useful doggiestop when the roads around Chatsworth grind to a standstill.
A tiny hamlet by a stream in the middle of nowhere. Sounds perfect for a moment of road-free relaxation and frolicking space for Fifi and Fido.
Part of the charm of the pub is their easy-access car park. So if you're getting used to driving a motorhome this is a hassle-free place to stop.
Take a step back in time to this welcoming rural pub. Dogs, children, campers, motorhomes are all well looked after here, and you can even release your pigeons too!