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Breathtakingly pretty medieval city, and with several really nice dog-friendly cafes and family pubs. Touristy? Yes, and with good reason. Don't miss it if you need a break from the A39.
Rural dog-friendly pub and a walk in the heart of the countryside. And just a few miles from the A303.
A dog-friendly rural pub with an interesting history, and a relaxed atmosphere.
Traditional 17th century inn, with some good and tasty rustic menu choices. Dip your toes in the stream in summer or snuggle up to the woodburner in winter.
A rustic village pub that's worth going out of your way for.
A fabulous bound with the hound on moorland with loads of space and massive views across to Wales, and down to Porlock Bay.
Dogs are welcome here - it's a massive, long sandy beach.
An easy walk with no livestock or stiles, and a charming 18th century dog-friendly village inn where families are welcome.
Lovely space to let the dog go mad for a bit.
A choice of short dog walks from a pretty village pub. Expect a warm and hospitable welcome and no-messing good food.
Astonishingly pretty little town and blessed with a choice of dog-friendly places for a coffee or lunch, and an excellent walk for travel-weary dogs.
For a doggie pitstop on the A39, this forestry commission plantation can be heaven sent for dogs. And it's a pretty good stress-buster for people too - provided there's space to park.