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Relaxing doggiestop near Yeovil, with a traditional and welcoming village pub and an easy dog walk by the river.
The dog-friendly inn has a clean, contemporary almost Scandinavian feel. But tradition has not been forgotten. Thomas Hardy and his dog, Wessex, are on record as having visited the Inn in 1927.
Rural chic dog-friendly dining pub and hotel with paths and tracks all around. It's as poochie-pawfect as you'll find!
Make a doggiestop in a 17th inn featured in Hardy's Tess of the d'Urbervilles? Add in a dog walk to a stunning 17th century manor house, and this journey break off the A37 is a winner.
A dog walk off the beaten track with big, big views, and a dog-friendly pub with B&B. More than just a doggiestop off the A37 and a hard place to leave when the sun's shining.
Well-placed for a break just off the A37 for a dog walk and a coffee, or meal on your journey.
A choice of walks from a popular and dog-friendly pub with a big garden, and good food. Close to Bristol but miles away in atmosphere.
Seriously dog-friendly pub. Doggy bar with fresh water, treats, toys & towels
A pretty 17th century country inn, complete with traditionally thatched roof and fine provender. A nice mix of old and new, and a short dog walk to work up an appetite for lunch.
Not far from Yeovil and the A37 but miles away in atmosphere. It's a tad foodie, but less pretentious than some and the 15th century building is a delight.