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A handy pitstop on the A303 with on-lead dog exercising and sublime truckers breakfast. Not scenic, but very convenient and easy for caravans.
A choice of dog walks, a dog-friendly hotel with a pretty riverside terrace for snacks and meals and the charms of the Exmoor National Park all around.
Not far from Yeovil and the A37 but miles away in atmosphere. It's a tad foodie, but less pretentious than some and the 15th century building is a delight.
Very pleasant place to break a journey with the dog on the A39, and totally lovely for a weekend of simply getting away from it all with the dog in delightful surroundings.
Easy to find dog-friendly country inn on the A39 with a country dog walk well away from the traffic.
A relaxing short circular dog walk, and a family-run pub with its own micro-brewery in the pretty Vale of Taunton. If you happen to be heading this way it's definitely worth a stop.
Historic and dog-friendly inn that looks nothing special from the road, but is very beguiling once you're inside. Within easy reach of Frome or Warminster from the A36.
An astonishingly old pedigree for the original building here, dating back to William the Conqueror which is quite hard to imagine.
Kilve beach is a lovely rocky beach on the Jurassic coast. It lies about halfway between Minehead and Bridgwater in the heart of the Quantocks.
The pub is deceptive - bigger inside than you'd think from the car park, and it's strong on food too. The walk is an easy one to find, and dogs get a good off-lead run.
Spectacular scenery plus sheltered woods if windy.
Walk along river though woodland in the Exmoor National park.