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Quiet and relaxed village not too far from the A361 and Shepton Mallet if you fancy a pub meal, and a walk with the dog.
A really friendly pub in a pretty Mendip village. Dogs are welcome and have a splendid walk to look forward to before their humans tuck in to a splendid lunch.
A pub with a view, and what a good one. It overlooks the pretty Box Valley and is a lovely spot for a walk.
This is a traditional pub in its truest sense and is a wonderful place to experience the way things used to be.
Dog-friendly country inn just off the old Fosse Way, and the whole area is steeped in history and heritage which is nice for a change of scene on a long journey.
This is a thriving village on an island of high ground in the middle of the levels. It has a long history, going back as far as the Iron Age, and even today has an air of importance about it.
Worth a short diversion from the A65 for some stylish eating and a walk for the dog in the very pretty valley.
Easy to spot dog-friendly inn on the Bowness Road, and less than 10 miles from the M6 although it feels longer than that.
A pretty lakeside walk with the dog is a lovely way to enjoy some water-based mindfulness.
A real dog-pleaser of a walk, and it's good for families too. There's also a fully accessible route on a former railway.
A handy pitstop on the A303 with on-lead dog exercising and sublime truckers breakfast. Not scenic, but very convenient and easy for caravans.
Astonishingly old inn, closer in time to 1066 than the present day. Full of atmosphere and dog-friendly.