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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.
Dogs will get plenty of sniffing here. Easy flat walking on clear tracks and with no stiles or livestock.
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.
National trust gardens and house. Dog specific circular walk, cafe, toilets. Excellent stop off from junction 27 of M5, especially if heading for Cornwall
A large, friendly village pub backing onto the Grand Western Canal. Absolutely great for dogs, kids and walkers.
Chatty locals make this village pub a cheerful place for a refreshments. Unusually two cottages were knocked together to create the pub in the 1960s, bit of a trend reversal there.
This handsome 16th century coaching inn is a bit of an understated gem, and the village too has some breathtakingly picturesque moments when you don't expect them.
I'm guessing that the town would have been a sort of stagecoach hub in days of old, and this is the inn that outlasted the competition.
A short, flat walk along the canal, stopping off at Halberton Farm shop for fab treats and coffee, or even PYO!
The pub here is a 16th Century building with beams, open fires and a touch of old England.
Oh my goodness, this is such a great starting point for a dog walk, and you'll find a warm welcome and good food after your leg-stretch. Large gardens surround the inn.
Attractive walk with plenty of variety, and popular with local dog-walkers. It's a hauntingly moody place and ideal for a driving break to de-stress and enjoy your surroundings.