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Rural dog-friendly pub and a walk in the heart of the countryside. And just a few miles from the A303.
If you have never been to Lacock before, you may be surprised by how much you recognise. It has been the location for a number of TV series including Pride and Prejudice, Cranford and Downton Abbey.
A very friendly pub near the M4. The walk is straightforward and dogs will enjoy dashing around the open Wiltshire spaces.
Close to the Somerset border, this is a beautiful 17th century pub and very convenient for a fine walk with the dog.
A country inn with rooms, close to Bath and handy as a base if you're in the area. Also good for a reliably good lunch or snack-stop on a long journey.
This is a great pub with a lot of heritage dating back to the 17th century. The village is also delightful and the walk gives you views over towards Bath.
Just off the A36 near Warminster, this is a really quiet village that has a truly rural feel. The pub is charming and the walk is a good one so make the most of it.
Very pleasant place to break a journey with the dog on the A39, and totally lovely for a weekend of simply getting away from it all (with the dog) in delightful surroundings.
A 16th century coaching inn lying in the shadow of Blencathra. The village is just a few breaths away from the main road and in a quiet world of its own.
Classic Lake District dog walking country, and this is an area with an abundance of small waterfalls and chattering streams to enjoy, plus the dog-friendly pub of course!
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.
An easy walk with no livestock or stiles, and a charming 18th century dog-friendly village inn where families are welcome.