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A doggy welcoming pub in an area with lots of footpaths for a dog walk.
Much more than a brilliant dog walk near the Salisbury Road, this is one of those defining moments of history and heritage in the landscape. Ideal for kids of all ages and dogs.
Pretty garden and a pleasant family feel to this historic village inn. And the dog walk is an easy circular route.
If you stop for a break and dog walk here, then I guarantee you'll have a certain well-known nursery rhyme as an ear worm for the rest of the day! Clue - hills and pails of water ...
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.
A popular traditional pub in a pretty village. Well-behaved dogs are very welcome and the dog walk is easy and convenient.
Lovely country inn with a dog walk from the door, in one of the county's sweetest valleys. Easy to reach from Bath or Bristol if you're heading towards Devon.
A village with deep historic roots, and a fine place to stop for a driving break and dog walk. The ancient inn is well worth a stop to admire the building.
Worth a short diversion from the A65 for some stylish eating and a walk for the dog in the very pretty valley.
Airy and spacious faux-rustic inn from the Brunning and Price stable with a warm welcome to all, and some very tasty food.
A marvellous dog walk, with an astonishing historic earthwork to keep kids of all ages guessing who built it, and why.
Reservoirs are a good dog walking choice, usually with no stiles or livestock and easy to navigate. This walk starts by the reservoir and then joins more scenic countryside beside a brook.