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This is simply fantastic and a beautifully scenic place to visit in the heart of Wales. It's all hills, woods and lakes here and amazing for walking.
Pawfectly placed dog-friendly pub with a 300 acre playground for city pooches. This is a great outing for families, dogs and it's fully accessible.
Lovely pub where dogs get a great welcome, and the food is good too. Very friendly atmosphere and a very safe space for the woman plus dog travelling combo. Thanks Barney the Lab for the lovely pose!
This is the perfect hot weather walk over paw-cooling grass. Pleasure boats on the river pass by from time to time, and there's a sense of 365 day holidays here.
A black-and-white timbered Tudor pub set in a tiny village will give you a taste of the 'full rustic'.
One of Jem's top swimming spots and pubs in the White Peak. The short walk is perfect for working up an appetite and is a very easy route to follow.
Easy to reach from the A66, this castle ruin is a good doggiestop and fun for kids too. Free entry and plenty of fresh air.
A pub (and hotel) that's been refreshing travellers since the 17th century. Relaxed and welcoming atmosphere for people and dogs.
Beautiful 18th century pub where children and dogs are welcome. Large garden. If you're travelling on the M2 or the M20, it's easy to take a short woodland walk before or after coming here.
A popular dog walking wood, with a surprising variety of trees. Don't be put off by the closeness of the motorway, you're not really aware of it once over the bridge.
Seriously old and dog-friendly pub, with rustic charm and friendly atmosphere. It's in the Vale of Evesham, so you'll find good locally-sourced food.
Massive forest and sands. Jem voted this his best Anglesey walk!