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On a dry day this little cafe is a real find, and a lovely place to sit down for a pot of tea and cake. There's a small shop with a selection of local produce, from jams and chutney to local cheese.
Near the A44 this small town has a dog-friendly pub and an excellent dog walk. Also independent shops and a market, and plenty of options for picnic supplies.
Lovely country pub, with fabulous locally sourced food. Excellent dog walking country, with several routes in and around the Lugg Valley.
Hugely welcoming and dog-friendly pub that's well worth a bit of a wiggle down country lanes to get there. It's set in an enviable spot with magnificent country views.
An ideal place to take a driving break with the dog, or to make a special weekend walkies trip, or just to enjoy for no reason at all! This has to be one of Herefordshire's gems.
Dog-friendly 17th century coaching inn with some of most highly polished copper in the county, and a spooky tale of buried skulls to get you guessing ...
Interesting, quiet and doggie-delightful woodland that's pawfect for dogs in need of an off-lead moment of madness. And just down the road is a friendly pub to restore driver mojo too.
Charming dog-friendly village inn overlooking the spacious green and church. This is an ideal place to take a break and relax in this pretty village.
A delightful 17th century inn with easy access to walks and the River Wye for particularly hot dogs.
Relaxed and friendly pub with a large and attractive beer garden, and plenty of parking. Dogs are welcome in the bar and outside.
The woodland here is a haven for butterflies and moths - not that dogs will appreciate that - but it's well worth sitting quietly for a bit in summer and seeing how many different ones you can spot.
Dog walk delight in this woodland, which was once part of an ancient hunting forest. Now it's run by the Forestry Commision and there are quite a few marked trails to follow.