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This is a pub with a fantastically long history, starting even before the famous Battle of Edgehill which took place just over the next hill.
Dog-friendly country pub near the A12 and in the countryside between Chelmsford and Colchester.
A village with two dog-friendly pubs and a good dog walk as long as you like, really close to the M11/A11.
Very dog-friendly B&B and pub just off the A149 and close to Norfolk's massive sandy beaches. The building dates back to the 15th century in part, when it was a farmhouse.
A dog-friendly inn with rooms, close to an iconic windmill.
Within easy reach of the A12 this attractive thatched and dog-friendly inn makes a good place to take a break or simply meet up with friends.
When you and the dog are hungry and stuck in the middle of nowhere near Peterborough, this is a welcome bolthole from the faintly strange and otherworldly Fenland landscape.
Historic dining pub with dog tables and dog walk within a stone's throw of the A66.
A pretty 17th century country inn, complete with traditionally thatched roof and fine provender. A nice mix of old and new, and a short dog walk to work up an appetite for lunch.
So close to the motorway but this village and walk is definitely in the countryside.
Dog-friendly inn and plenty of dog walking paths in this small village, renowned for its treacle mines. Treacle mining has apparently been a running joke since the 18th century, really?
Small community pub with rustic charm. A good outdoorsy atmosphere for country folk.