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Five star views from this handy stopping point for a dog walk on the A483.
Really good dog and family stop on a road that doesn't have a lot of options. The walk starts from just behind the pub, and younger kids can let off steam in the play area.
A favourite with local dog owners, this deceptively spacious park is doggie delight. We didn't see anyone there without a dog - and we really enjoyed the friendly and welcoming atmosphere in the park.
The Park is just above the town, and on a sunny day you can get an idea of why the Victorians flocked to the town to take the waters - and build an extraordinary number of houses.
Off the beaten track, perfect for dog walks and a lovely place to stop on your way to/from the Welsh coast.
Pub, restaurant & hotel. Dogs very welcome and a good real pint and food. Last visited July 2015, and by the DwD team in 2021, still as dog friendly as ever and another nice lunch.
Camra pub of the year this past year. FRIENDLY bar staff, popular with locals and visitors alike.
If you enjoy your real ale, don't miss this one! No food and not open lunchtimes in the week.
Once upon a time this little town was a bustling stopping place for travellers between Wales and England. Today most people just drive on past.
Halfway between Wrexham and Chester, a dog-friendly pub near a good rural dog walk. Look for the dog treat area near the side door!
Rather a characterful building on the A483 near Montgomery. Look up at the chimneys and you might think it has delusions of grandeur from the nearby Hall. Well, it has been Wales Pub of the Year.