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A chance to explore a small Leicestershire village with some charming Georgian houses and lush meadows. The traditional dog-friendly pub serves good value lunches.
Absolutely perfect English picture-postcard village. The dog-friendly pub sits on the enormous village green, complete with village cricket pavilion and pitches.
A hugely popular 2-mile walking route, and a delight in every season of the year. Dogs can enjoy a dip in the river too.
Eyam is famous for its history as the 'Plague Village', and you'll find a museum explaining the backstory of nearly 300 deaths in the 17th century. This seems more relevant post-pandemic than ever.
As soon as you enter the cafe the aroma of freshly baked loaves and cakes is just so wonderful! They do lunch and savoury too, but that first blast of comfort food is a total winner.
Dog-friendly inn with rooms. It's so easy to imagine mail coaches and tired riders stopping here for a break from the road.
A comfortable and welcoming village pub with a great dog walk from the door, and good food if you're hungry.
The Crown's very welcoming, and ideal for a stop no matter what time of day it may be. Dogs are welcome in the first bar, where you are able to have restaurant menu choices too.
Junction 27 Chatellerault-Sud
An open air museum perched on the top of a ridge, and overlooking the site of a famous battle. This is great for making some Horrible History very real for kids, and adults too.
Junction 14 Chatearoux Sud
Forestry Commission sort of dog walk in an enormous forest - dark, damp and delightful.
Often overshadowed by its more well-known neighbour, Ilkley, the town of Otley is worth a visit and is handily placed for Leeds pooches getting out of town.
Large pub with a friendly and warm atmosphere. Plenty of parking.