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Charming dog-friendly village inn overlooking the spacious green and church. This is an ideal place to take a break and relax in this pretty village.
Easy-to-find and welcoming pub with an exercise field for dogs, and for steam railway enthusiasts it's a few paces away from the high Victorian archway for the station.
Unmissable. An excellent place for a dog walk, with the bonus of some of England's most iconic landscape.
Close to the A38 and worth the short detour for a nice dog-friendly welcome and good food.
This is the pub immortalised in 'Three Men in a Boat', and every well-read dog will want to pay respects to one of the famous fox terrier Montmorency's haunts. It's a great pub and well worth a visit.
Join the 124 mile Anglesey coastal path for a while - a definite cobweb remover! The best walking is in the direction of the lighthouse where there's a short circular route.
Calling all Sherlock Holmes fans with dogs. The Adventures of the Dancing Men was written here, and Conan Doyle was a regular visitor. They even have a blue plaque on the pub wall.
Easy to spot dog-friendly inn on the Bowness Road, and less than 10 miles from the M6 although it feels longer than that.
Chatty locals make this village pub a cheerful place for a refreshments. Unusually two cottages were knocked together to create the pub in the 1960s, bit of a trend reversal there.
Dogs get a top class welcome at this large modern eatery on the Tarka Trail. The carvery is the big thing here, and enthusiasts come from miles around.
When Jem and I were here the hill was alive with the sound of happy barking. There's more to the hill than appears at first visit, and this walk is well worth exploring.
On the A56 and near to the M53, this coverted barn is now a stylish doggiestop for travelling pooches.