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Wonderful little pub with a warm and friendly welcome, and good food. And dogs will adore the walks.
Atmospheric and dog-friendly ruined castle from the 14th century with a very exciting moat. Very good for children and dogs, with a playground in the public car park.
Fabulously dog-friendly, and with a talented and classically trained Thai chef the Ebby is definitely one to check out.
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.
A peaceful place to walk the dog near a busy town, this country park has 100 acres of fields and woodland to wander around and explore
A lake belonging to the Canal Trust, so its main purpose is to top up the canal system. Leisure use is encouraged, and you'll find a sailing club, fishing, and lots of dog-walkers.
Easy to reach from the A44 and the A361. Lovely walk on the Oxfordshire Way bridleway, which is great as there are no stiles to heave large dogs over.
Posh and proud of it, a country inn with immense style. And close to a delightful dog walk. Dogs are welcome, or in their own words: "We welcome dogs as long as they don't eat our bantums!"
A big-hearted, clean and tidy pub where familes, dogs and summer campers all get a good welcome.
A stream for doggie splashing in the shade and then an inn of considerable charm. What's not to enjoy here?
Unspoiled and traditional village with a dog-friendly pub and dog walk. The pub is a popular local favourite with a pleasant and friendly atmosphere. Comfortable for families and everyone.
Very pretty riverside refreshments and an easy walk beside the Thames. The historic town is worth a bit of an explore if you have time.