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A chance to walk the dog and enjoy a moment of local history on the site of the Battle of Radcot Bridge. This was young Richard the 2nd v the Earl of Derby (for the people). The people triumphed.
One of our absolute favourite country pubs with walks, and one that we try and find excuses to visit whenever possible.
A choice of dog walks, a dog and child-friendly village pub and a riverside heritage village that escapes the twee-ness of many of these Midsomer Murders locations.
A 16th century country pub right on the route of a fabulous walking path, close to the M40 and with a steam railway to admire too.
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.
An outstandingly pretty village where during the day the sounds are just of sheep bleating, and tall rushes bending and swaying in the river.
Very laid-back establishment on the banks of the river. Dogs are welcome and the outside seating overlooking the water is fabulous.
Such a pretty chocolate-box village, with traditional cottages and a fabulous choice of dog walks.
Sun-kissed Cotswold stone and a picture perfect dog-friendly coaching inn makes this tiny village a lovely spot to take a break.
Very easy country pub to find on the Daventry Road, and ideal for a doggie pitstop. The walk is lovely on a sunny day, but can get very muddy in wet weather.
Popular riverside destination for sunny afternoons, and weddings. Ideal for a driving pause to enjoy the river views.
Old-school traditional black and white pub with a really friendly welcome, home-cooked food and a good dog walk from the door.