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Time to dip into scandals of yesteryear, and all sorts of goings on here. The dog-friendly pub garden is terrific for its view, and this is an easy one to find straight on the A-road.
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.
Such a pretty town it would be a shame to drive on by and not take the dog for a stroll here.
This 16th century pub has a welcoming attitude and dogs are welcome. The dog walk is a quiet and peaceful mooch with the pooch.
Deep in rural Worcestershire, this is a good place to take a break from the motorway, or the A38. The pub is welcoming and unpretentious, and the dog walk is fabulous in dry weather.
Very atmospheric black and white village inn with a dog walk from the door.
A homely and welcoming pub, and on the day we were here it was lovely to see a cockerpoo puppy starting his life with pub socialisation skills.
Family and dog-friendly village pub overlooking the traditional village green. You'll find a friendly feel and relaxed atmosphere here.
We Love Dogs says the pub website. And there's a short dog walk on the doorstep to satisfy Fido. Add in a friendly welcome and some interesting menu choices, and this is one for the Favourites list.
Start your dog walk from a characterful country pub, with log fires in winter and a pretty garden area in summer, complete with a cascading brook. Very family friendly too.
Friendly and welcoming village inn with a dog walk from the door. The pub has a long history, really long - Chaucer could have dropped in for a glass of ale.
Glorious dog-walking in the downs, with the chance to spot unusual butterflies, ancient burial mounds and a yew forest and groves.