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Tudor, the real deal, dog-friendly pub just inside the city walls. There's a link to the Beatles here as John Lennon's grandmother was born in the building.
Canal-side dog-friendly pub, so a very easy dog walk. They're changing approach to offer tea-room style snacks and teas during the day.
More of a locals' pub than somewhere to make a country doggiestop - but if you're in Middlewich then the White Bear is dog-friendly and the canal is just a few minutes walk away.
I think this is a 1940s 'motoring inn', and back in the day these were supposed to be the latest thing in travelling comfort. Anyway, today it's a popular and dog-friendly local.
On the banks of the River Stour, dogs will love the walk here in hot weather. The community-owned pub is a gem, with its own wine label and a micro-brewery and a friendly welcome to all.
Country pub with bags of Kentish charm, excellent Sausage and Mash, and a wonderful walk.
Fantastic place where doggies get their own menu and can meet up with their poochie pals in a totally dog-friendly diner.
Attractive 16th century black and white dog-friendly pub that's easy to find, and an uncomplicated dog walk too.
A walk from here will get the dog's tail wagging for sure. Water, lots of grass, hills, really clean air and a dog-friendly inn as well. Result.
Wonderfully remote traditional Dales pub with a friendly welcome to visitors. If I could, I'd live here!
Once a busy coaching stop, the three large inns in this small village must have been a hub for news, gossip and the latest fashions from London in the 1700s.
A lovely varied walk with the dog past a small, scenic waterfall much admired by Turner, and then up onto the moors.