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It's an extraordinary thought that this house was built in the late 1400s and the same family has lived here through all the centuries, and political changes and wars in the meantime.
An idyllic thatched pub, almost straight off a postcard. Expect a warm and friendly welcome here.
Remote nature reserve where you can walk for miles with just hawks and chirruping insects for company. And sheep if you're unlucky.
A chance to walk along part of the oldest road in Britain or take the pooch for a gentle stroll along the river. A very welcome break from the motorway indeed.
A friendly and welcoming country-style inn on the outskirts of the town, and within easy reach of a dog walk.
A pretty pub, slightly off the main tourist streets and not that easy to find! It's a good base for exploring the town and wider area if you're staying in Wells.
A walk that feels like an extra-terrestrial experience as you cross the massive expanse of saltmarshes here. A genuinely awesome outdoor moment with the dog and highly recommended.
Such a traditional setting, a dog-friendly pub over-looking the green and a village of pretty cottages. Plenty of space for socially distanced tables.
A National Trust cafe is always a welcoming sight, and this one is in the very best of coastal locations.
Pretty little pub in the centre of an affluent village boasting two very large duck ponds.
A bright and airy dog-friendly pub with B&B rooms on the Norfolk coastal path for long walkies. A wonderful location.
Thoroughly pleasant pub with a pretty garden and terrace, and it's very popular with local dog walkers. We stopped by for a morning coffee and found a very chatty and friendly coffee-house atmosphere.