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A 13th century village that has starred in many a film, and is definitely worth making a short stop for on your journey. Or even as a day trip if you're based nearby.
Rather a characterful building on the A483 near Montgomery. Look up at the chimneys and you might think it has delusions of grandeur from the nearby Hall. Well, it has been Wales Pub of the Year.
Ideal for a dog-friendly stop-over on your journey, this little market town gives you access to lovely walks on Dartmoor and the hills, as well as all the facilities you may need in the town.
Part of the doggietastic Hurt Forest, and there are lots of paths from the car park onto the heath.
Woodland walks for dogs to enjoy, and a comfortable dog-friendly pub in the village.
Small rural village snuggled under the South Downs, and totally charming. A real delight for a driving doggie-stop, just lovely. The pub is popular and thriving in a grown-up kind of way.
Popular touristic village with good dog walks to the coast and a welcoming dog-friendly pub perched on the village green.
Welcoming and relaxing little village pub that's very much part of its community. And with a dog walk over fields and into woodland for the pooch to enjoy.
A fine 18th century pub in the New Forest. Loads of nearby walks are sure to please dogs and humans alike.
Totally brilliant old-school pub where the owner and customers are fabulously dog-friendly and have a fantastic track record of raising funds for the Canine Partners charity.
Very tucked away and worth making the effort to seek out. Especially if you're travelling with family and the dog.
A 15th century dog-friendly freehouse now giving motorists a very modern coaching inn experience. Good for families. Close to the A3.