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Farm shop, dog walks and a dog-friendly pub, Lincolnshire

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We love stopping at this dog-friendly pub near Colsterworth as a respite from the A1. The farm shop is great for stocking up on self-catering essentials too.


Dog-friendly B&B rooms. Farm shop open 9-4pm Wednesday to Sunday. Closed Monday and Tuesdays. Large car park with space for campervans.

Pub or Cafe Address

Village Street, Burton-le-Coggles, Burton Coggles, Grantham NG33 4JP


Open 7 days. Lunch served daily from 12 noon. For seasonal opening hours and food service times please check their website.

Menu Style

For full menu information, allergens, specials, prices and reservations please check their website.

Dog Rules

Dogs on leads welcome in the bar, outside tables and dog-friendly B&B rooms.



Two walk options here, and the first one is ideal on a cold, crisp winter's day. In warmer months you need to cross a field of cows - so if you're a coward like me the other walk option avoids them!  So for Walk 1 in Winter turn right on to Village Road and then bear left onto Church Lane. Turn left at the first signed footpath and through the gate into a field. Follow the path across a footbridge into the next field (cow alert) and walk straight across the field and cross another footbridge. Turn left here and keep the stream on your left as you follow the path across a number of successive fields and finally end up at Little Bitchfield.  There must be a story behind that name! The church spire can be seen in winter when the leaves are off the trees.  For active dogs this is a 3-mile linear walk over arable fields, except the one field with livestock.   Walk 2 Turn right from the pub car park. Bear right at the church, Manor Road, and then turn right onto Chestnut Lane. Reach Back Lane and turn left. Turn right at a corner of the lane and walk along this track towards the railway bridge you can clearly see.  These lanes are quiet agricultural routes with a few houses, and the distance from the pub to the track took me under 10 minutes and that includes a bit of walking in the wrong direction.  Once you're on the track this is a safe off-lead spot for dogs with a 2.5 mile walk to Twyford Woods. As a linear walk you've got up to 5 miles of walking on a flat and uneventful track. It can get muddy and isn't as pretty as the other walk but there are no cows!

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Edited: 8th March 2024. The details of this listing may have changed, and though the Driving with Dogs team do our best to confirm the accuracy of every listing, we cannot guarantee that the details are fully up to date and accurate. If you know that any aspect of this listing is incorrect, please suggest an edit to let us know.