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Pub, restaurant & hotel. Dogs very welcome and a good real pint and food. Last visited July 2015, and by the DwD team in 2021, still as dog friendly as ever and another nice lunch.
With a pub named after the lord of the manor this village is a lovely relic of days gone by. Dogs get a good welcome here.
National Trust property - so dog restrictions and no entry to house etc. Best to park at the Holt car park (not the main car park) and then you can walk near lakes and away from the restricted areas.
Perfect place to get the dog and driver out of the car and take a break. This is a village pub with great food, and a dog walk from the doorstep.
Historic dog walkies, river paddling for hot dogs, free parking and several choices for getting take-away refreshments or a dog-friendly pub in the village centre.
A breath of fresh air in the rugged uplands of Shropshire. The views alone are worth coming here to see and your dog will have so much to sniff and see.
Luscious parkland for dogs with a nose for the high life, This is a National Trust property with an enormous park (dogs on leads near deer) and access to the river.
Riverside country inn with tables next to the water. Totally perfect for kids and dogs to safely splash and cool down!
Enough walks here on the famous Long Myndd to keep an active dog going for months! There are restrictions on off-lead walking during lambing and bird nesting times, and dogs need to be under close...
An atmospheric walk in the footsteps of the outlaw 'Wild Humphrey Kynaston' - sometimes, and rather oddly, called the 'Shropshire Robin Hood'.
A short woodland stroll overlooking the Ironbridge Gorge, starting from a welcoming and hospitable cafe with a tempting range of home made cakes, artisan bread and wholesome snacks and meals.