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This is the pub that the Prancing Pony in Lord of the Rings is said to be based on. A regular stopping point for Tolkien on his regular journey between Oxford and Birmingham.
Jem adored his walk here, on a section of the Oxfordshire Way. By the time we returned we were both smelling sweetly of Cow Parsley.
Busy, popular and thriving pub on the Grand Union canal. In summer it's a delight to sit in the garden and relax, after the dog walk of course.
One of those moments when you think time must have stood still.
Sun-kissed Cotswold stone and a picture perfect dog-friendly coaching inn makes this tiny village a lovely spot to take a break.
Friendly little pub in a village where everyone seems obsessed with cars. Expect to see some lovely classic cars parked near the pub, and definitely avoid during the Grand Prix.
This is a very easy-to-find pub and walk, and ideal for a no fuss stroll on the Stratford canal towpath.
I'd describe this as a 'new rural' pub. The bar is a bar, where people talk to each other and dogs are welcome; and the food is worth a drive for.
A 15th century pub tucked under Windgather Rocks. That's over 500 years of traveller hospitality, which sounds amazing.
Biggleswade North Roundabout
Just a few miles from the A1 this is a very handly place for a doggiestop and a break for the driver too.
Idyllic walk with the dog through a landscape Shakespeare would probably recognise, and a wonderfully dog-friendly little tapas bar and bistro to return to. Stratford on Avon as the locals see it!
Very easy to find on the Daventry Road, and ideal for a doggie pitstop.