The village was once a centre for lead smelting, and the mill site here is worth a visit. It's just off the Leyburn road, and brown-signed from opposite the pub.
Welcoming Devon country pub, with a lovely riverside walk starting nearby.
You can tell from the enormous car park that something's up in this village. The pub and village have indeed featured in films and TV series.
Chatty locals make this village pub a cheerful place for a refreshments. Unusually two cottages were knocked together to create the pub in the 1960s, bit of a trend reversal there.
Fabulously dog-friendly pub, with a light and airy interior and very welcoming team. Dog-friendly rooms available, and a choice of walkies from the door. And Jem loved their special doggie menu.
Popular dog-friendly pub in a seriously cute, touristy village. Parking can be tricky on sunny summer days.
Great food, an outstanding view, and a very unique building with a full-on dog walk from the door. Oh yes, and awash with history.
One of those stunning Peak District dog walks with a scenic view at every turn.
Enjoy lunch in a very old coaching inn where Dickens used to spin yarns by the fireplace and then walk it off on a riverside path with lots of doggy romping space.
There's a choice of two walks here, one along the banks of the Thames and the other through a nature reserve. Both walks pass a civilised pub where you'll find decent coffee and good service.
Good combo of dog walk and welcoming dog-friendly pub. The bar has a haunted fireplace so after a scamper over the fields, your dog may get the chance to growl at some spooks.
It's hard to believe that this small village pub so close to Heathrow possesses all the qualities so beloved by dog owners. And there's a dog walk too.