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The Mary Arden is opposite the farm where Shakespeare's in-laws lived, and this is an interesting little village to visit.
One of the Canal and River Trust's set of dog walks along canals. This is the Stratford canal, a lovely rural waterway with glorious wildflowers along most of the canal bank.
Dogs are welcome in the Old Tramway, and there's a relaxed atmosphere here.
Friendly and welcoming village pub in Warwickshire, with a bit of a Cotswold feel. Look out for the very sociable doggie landlord, a cuddly pug.
This is one of the most photographed buildings in Stratford, and its curvy timbers date back to 1595.
As soon as you enter the aroma of freshly baked loaves and cakes is just so wonderful! They do proper food too, but that first blast of comfort food is a total winner.
A Grade 2 listed, dog-friendly coaching inn sounds perfect for a doggiestop. You'll find loads of atmosphere (a ghost too apparently!), great food or just a coffee, and walks on the doorstep.
Tudor (the real thing) inn now transformed into a stylish bar and restaurant, run by a very enthusiastic young team.
Friendly traditional pub with roaring fires, flagstones and everything you'd expect from a popular inn that dates back to the 16th century.
Warm and welcoming hostelry where dogs are welcome and the food very tasty.
A laid-back village pub that's in the heart of the community, and also gives a warm welcome to visitors. Walks all around, and hearty rural portions.
A small market town on the river Stour, with a choice of dog-friendly inns for refreshments and a short walk by the river.