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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.
Allow yourself time to enjoy a visit to this extraordinary 13th century pub, and the waterfall next door. Absolute time travel and everywhere is dog-friendly.
Canalside and dog-friendly pub with an electric charge point in the car park.
If you want a dog-friendly pub that’s easy to find, and with a modern approach to service and food choices then this country inn should suit.
If you're stressed out from driving, a short leg stretch on an easy to navigate bridleway is just the answer. While the dog takes care of the sniffing, this is a relaxing spot to get some headspace.
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.
Calm and relaxing atmosphere at this dog-friendly cafe set in the middle of a community enterprise. Perfect doggiestop if you enjoy home-made cakes
Very easy to find on the Daventry Road, and ideal for a doggie pitstop.
A 15th century pub tucked under Windgather Rocks. That's over 500 years of traveller hospitality, which sounds amazing.
Keen dog walkers can really get carried away here with a web of canals and towpaths to enjoy. And a cheerful canalside pub for refreshments. Excellent doggiestop off the A51.
Lovely place to peacefully potter with the pooch and munch on a sarnie. There isn't actually a castle here any more, but what you can see is the tallest remaining castle mound in the UK.