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Country inn with dog-friendly rooms and a pleasant country walk from the door. It's a handy place to stop if you're looking for a weekend lunch on the way from the West Midlands to mid-Wales.
Oh my goodness, this is the hidden gem of hidden gems.
A community village inn that really serves its community. Lovely friendly atmosphere, and of course dogs get a great welcome too!
Interesting place for a dog walk across an area used by the Romans as a military cemetery.
The England Coast Path goes through this small harbour town, and most walkers will pass through because of the path.
A friendly dog walking spot with a popular cafe and an easy-going path in shady woodland.
Fully accessible cafe and small park in the centre of a small village with strong links to the Pendle witches. Longer dog walks are also possible, and there are two dog-friendly pubs as well.
Outstanding traditional country hotel with quite formal service and a wonderfully warm welcome. Dog-friendly accommodation here too. Very much a place for delightful weekends away, and celebrations.
A cooling and atmospheric walk with the dog through woodland to a lake. And nearby is an iconic Lakes pub and the original home of several legendary Cumbrian ales.
A pub with a spectacular view from the terrace, and a beacon too. Locally popular for its food, and a fine dog walk from the door.
A traditional canalside dog-friendly pub and an easy walk on the towpath.
A charming village, a bit feudal with the Hall on its doorstep. The hotel/pub is dog-friendly and when the Hall gardens are open the walk is a pleasant outing for dogs who enjoy walking on lead.