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Stylish modern dog-friendly coaching inn, with all the warmth and comfort of an inn with a long history of looking after travellers. Plus a fine menu, roaring fires and a lovely welcome for dogs.
The lovely traditional inn is dog-friendly throughout, and has an adorable pub dog who just loves people.
Junction 51 Beacon Hill
Really close to the A14 Junction 51, this is a handy stop with the dog. There's plenty of off-lead stretching space, and dogs can sniff in a nice mix of grass and rougher wildflower banks.
A set of forest walks that dogs will adore, and there's a nice variety of paths and views for people as well.
This quaint small town with its celebrated gothic-style cathedral, elegant Flanders town houses and thriving market is an ideal place for a first (or last) night in France.
Great summer dog walk, with the chance to sup a cool beer afterwards and watch some village cricket.
Stadt Moers Park has been regenerated from waste land and is now a thriving natural environment with meadow, woodland and ponds all criss-crossed by footpaths and spread over 220 acres.
A much-loved nature reserve where volunteers and supporters create a joyful and positive space to enjoy nature. Dogs on leads are welcome, and the little cafe is a hive of happy chat and enthusiasm.
We found a handful of stunning country pubs and walks in the Lincolnshire Wolds and this is one of them. The walk makes you feel you're on the roof of the wolds, and the pub doesn't disappoint.
Lovely dog walk within easy reach of the A19. It's well worth bringing a snack and spending some quality time with the dog - but pick a sunny day.
There's something dramatic about taking the dog for a walk around a Roman fort close to Hadrian's Wall. You've got to wonder if there are any ancient doggie sniffs for the pooch to savour.
Very pretty village to visit, and a short dog walk that packs in the scenery and interest. And the pub's dog-friendly.