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First up, dogs aren't allowed inside because there just isn't room for them. But dogs are welcome in the garden and there is some shelter there from the elements.
Near purpose-made stop for dog-friendly refreshments and a walk. The pub has plenty of parking, and safe on-lane parking is available nearby too. The village is quiet and rural.
Once you've reached the car park on the narrow winding lane, the woodland seems to appear from nowhere. It's a good sized wood and the paths are in very good condition.
A dog-friendly and welcoming rural pub where drovers used to halt, and the story goes that Sir Walter Scott penned Rob Roy here.
In 2009 a church in the USA sponsored a memorial to an group of people who were trying to get away from the UK to escape persecution.
An easy walk along a flat, surfaced former railway line that's now a multi-user path with fine views over the surrounding countryside and waterway.
A stretch of seaside park where dogs can really stretch their legs. It's also a good place for looking at local wildlife and enjoying some sea breezes.
A traditional Essex pub, deep in the countryside and surrounded by traces of medieval life, and close to the A131 too.
A delightful village pub, with a community shop and a big welcome to families and dogs.
You'd never think that this was once the biggest colliery spoil heap in Europe. Today the only clue to the past is the headstocks by the car park.
This village was one of the earliest purpose-built industrial villages in Britain and a major centre for lead and silver mining. They must have been tough to live and work here back in the day.
Dog-friendly and welcoming 14th century inn with a church next door built from building materials used by the Romans.