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There can be few things better in life than a walk by the sea and a visit to a dog-friendly pub. This pub overlooks the sea and is a fine place to spend time after some quality doggy dashing.
A towpath walk along the pretty and well-tended canalside.
There's a choice of two water walks in this sleepy village, both quiet and tranquil. There are a couple of small shops in the village for picnic supplies, and the Bell is dog-friendly in the bar.
Relaxing homely bar area with sofas and a fabulous view over the Severn estuary and Wales. Can get crowded at busy travel times.
A small town between the M5 motorway and the A303 with loads of paths for dog walks and a dog-friendly cafe and farm shop.
A dog-friendly pub with real historic interest. Part of Lorna Doone was written here and General Eisenhower slept here. Your dog can stay too, there are dog-friendly rooms.
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.
Busy pub right on the banks of the river, and it's extremely popular. Not a great choice if you're in a rush, but ideal outside the main eating service hours.
A really friendly pub in a pretty Mendip village. Dogs are welcome and have a splendid country walk to look forward to. Wellies needed in wet weather.
Close to both the A30 and the A358 near Chard, this is a pleasant spot for a short legstretch with the dog and relaxed refreshments in the pub.
This is a thriving village on an island of high ground in the middle of the levels. It has a long history, going back as far as the Iron Age, and even today has an air of importance about it.
Easy to spot and dog-friendly pub on the A39 not far from Minehead. Plenty of parking and an easy dog walk from the door, either on a green lane or down to the beach.