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Here are just some of the positively pawfect venues that you and your furry friend(s) could visit this summer...
The Peach Tree
The Peach Tree is located opposite the historic Abbey Church and just a short walk from Shrewsbury’s town centre.
The restaurant serves food all day every day, offering everything from coffee & cake to an evening à la carte menu.
Customers can take advantage of the venue’s popular outdoor seating area. And there’s no need to worry about your pooch - blankets and treats are available on request!
18-21 Abbey Foregate, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, SY2 6AE
The Unicorn Inn
This family-run pub and B&B is situated in the Shropshire market town of Ludlow. Bursting with character and boasting oak floors and a huge fireplace, it’s the perfect spot to stop off when exploring the surrounding region.
The highly commended venue has three dining areas to choose from, each with its own individual charm. There’s also an outside seating and garden area overlooking the river - perfect for warm summer days and balmy summer evenings.
66 Corve Street, Ludlow, Shropshire, SY8 1DU
Plume of Feathers
Owned by actor Neil Morrissey, Plume of Feathers sits next to the canal in the village of Barlaston, just a short drive from Trentham Gardens.
The gastropub’s menu features a wide range of homemade dishes, all of which make use of fresh local produce. The bar offers several ales to try out, including some of Neil’s very own beers!
Station Road, Barlaston, Staffordshire, ST12 9DH
Located on the outskirts of Wolverhampton, The Vine is a country pub with plenty of rustic charm and a great garden to match.
The venue caters for all needs, with a range of menus to suit a variety of dietary requirements.
Taking great pride in being a dog-friendly hostelry, The Vine will provide your furry companions with a bowl of water and, if they’re lucky, maybe even a treat or two!
High Street, Wombourne, Wolverhampton, WV5 9DT
The Gate Inn is a traditional English pub located just a short drive from Tamworth’s town centre and offering good pub grub and an impressive selection of drinks. The sun-trap beer garden and kids’ play area means the whole family can enjoy a visit.
The pub even holds an annual dog show to raise funds for a local dog re-homing charity.
If that’s not dog-friendly, we don’t know what is!
Amington, Tamworth, B77 3BY
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