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A Pit Stop at The Old Thatch Inn, Cheriton Bishop, Dartmoor

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Hooves and I stopped for a pit stop at The Old Thatch Inn, Cheriton Bishop, Dartmoor (website) on our way to Cornwall.  We had kept our eyes peeled for a place to stop for lunch, and as we were whizzing along the A30 we were rewarded by one of those signs on the verge that announces a nearby hostelry.  We took the hint and …

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A Delicious Lunch at The Bailiwick in Englefield Green

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Just before Christmas, on a damp Monday, a friend and I met up with our pooches for a dog walk and a pub lunch together before the madness of Christmas took hold of our lives. After a great walk around Virginia Water Lake we had a delicious lunch at The Bailiwick in Englefield Green – a very dog friendly …

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A Warm Welcome at a Traditional Dog Friendly Pub in High Peak

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A Warm Welcome at a Traditional Dog Friendly Pub in High Peak

If you have been out and about exploring The Peaks then you will need some serious sustenance, so a warm welcome at a traditional dog friendly pub in High Peak might just be the ticket.  The Old Hall Inn, (OHI) is located in the rural village of Chinley (map), which is in the Peak District, in Derbyshire.  Like most of …

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The Majestic Trees of Cliveden Woods in Taplow, Buckinghamshire

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The Majestic Trees of Cliveden Woods in Taplow, Berkshire

The Majestic Trees of Cliveden Woods in Taplow, Buckinghamshire make up the lion’s share of the grounds that belong to Cliveden House (made famous by the Profumo affair back in the 60’s) and roughly 300 of the 375 acres of grounds are open to dogs.  Cliveden House is a 350 …

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Exploring Cock Marsh and Marsh Meadow in Cookham

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I had a meeting booked this morning with a client who lives in Bourne End. Each time I have been to visit her in the past I have driven past a car park on the edge of Cookham and have noticed happy looking dogs haring off into the meadow beyond.  I have often thought about stopping to investigate …

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