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A friendly waterside pub on the shore of a fabulous estuary. Everybody will love the view and the walk is very straightforward.
A sheltered shingly bay backed by steep cliffs. Access path through woods. Part of the Exmoor National Park. Nearly always quiet and peaceful.
An out of the way little pub which is like a breath of fresh air.
After the rocks, 3 miles of beautiful sand. Zones for dog access in summer and these are well-signed.
It would be easy to miss this 18th century coaching inn as it's only when you get inside that the immense charm of the building shines through.
A rather comfortable country inn within a 15 minute walk of the coast path, and several National Trust attractions too.
Fabulously dog-friendly pub, with a light and airy interior and very welcoming team. Dog-friendly rooms available, and a choice of walkies from the door. And Jem loved their special doggie menu.
A short, flat walk along the canal, stopping off at Halberton Farm shop for fab treats and coffee, or even PYO!
Vast grainy beach, and dogs are allowed all year round.
A large and airy modern dining inn with an easy to find dog walk from the door. Dogs not allowed inside, just in the beer garden.
Set in 3500 acres of forest, just 1 mile from the A38, Haldon Forest Park welcomes four-legged family members. Choose from three waymarked walking trails which start at and return to the car park.
Delightful 800-year-old inn where families and dogs are welcome, and the food is tasty.