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An expansive parkland in Yeovil. There's so much to see and explore here, from valleys to woodlands to hills looking over the country towards Dorset. Very handy for the A30 and the A37
Centred around an Iron Age fortress, this historic location is just the place for dogs who enjoy walking in the hills and through woodland. The views across Somerset are well worth the effort.
When you drive into this village there's a feeling that it's a bit more than just a 'simple' village. Look out for the school on the right, it's a pure Hogwarts fantasy.
A great place to stop and take a break from the A39 if your passengers like a dog-friendly beach, a grassy walk, a dog-friendly pub and a shop as well if you just want a snack. What more do you need?
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.
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.
Friendly and relaxed dog-friendly pub in a village where many visitors probably arrive on foot. The long-distance 'Coleridge Way' goes past the door, and it's a lovely place to sit in the sunshine.
Dogs' delight of a forestry wood in the middle of nowhere. Once the dog is happy, there's a super dog-friendly pub in the next village!
A smashing little pub in a lovely Exmoor village. Walkers and dogs are warmly welcomed, and there are lots of great walks nearby.
Long, clean private beach with plenty of parking and visitor facilities. Dog-friendly all year round.
If you're looking for an authentic local pub this could be it. Traditional cob walls, low ceilings and a blazing log fire - together with over 400 years of refreshing the community.
Country pub with good reviews for the food and service. Dogs on leads are welcome in the bar. Look out for the church tower, it's very impressive.