Desperate dogs in search of an ice cream and a pot of tea for the human will get their tails wagging at the vintage cafe in the middle of town.
One of the oldest pubs in Wales, this started life as a 16th century drover's inn and still retains some local characteristcs such as the stone-flagged floors and an unusual terrace that seems to have...
One of Jem's favourite doggiestops and it's lovely for dog swimming, a short walkies, and really excellent home-made cakes. The operational steam railway will thrill everyone, and it smells divine!
Popular dog-friendly pub where you may well spot some shiny classic cars in the car park.
Goodness me, this inn has seen more than its fair share of doings and has more than something of a murky past.
Popular and dog-friendly inn in the winter and summer. This area is full of ancient remains and artefacts from the earliest of times, and there's a burial chamber just around the corner.
This tiny pub is too small to allow dogs inside, but they really wanted to welcome local and visiting pooches. So the enterprising landlord built a special doggie annex for 4-legged friends.
Lovely village pub with a dog-walk from the door, and dog-friendly rooms with fabulous Cotswold views too. One of those magic little pubs where locals and visitors mingle happily.
Light and airy, dog-friendly pub set in a really attractive Sussex village. An unpretentious and welcoming atmosphere.
A country inn since the 18th century, this is a relaxed and comfortable space for solo travellers plus pooch, as well as families. Less than 5 miles from the M25 Junction 6.
Country-style dining pub where dogs get a good welcome and it's a comfortable space for solo dining with your laptop, and also familes and business teams.
Once a coaching inn on the London to Brighton routes, and now a welcoming space where solo-drivers with the dog on board can take a driving break and it's all so much easier than motorway services.