Walkies! Dog friendly pubs and cafes
Dogs may be man’s and woman’s best friend but we all need to stop off for a rest now and then. Whether it’s a bowl of water while the master samples a tasty real ale or even to curl up in front of a roaring fire follow our lead to Northern Warwickshire’s dog friendliest places.
Posh Pooch Palace
At Planters Garden Centre dogs have their own Farmhouse Kitchen Restaurant area. Tables with hooks to hold the lead, bowls of water, a sink to wash hands and tasty food too.
Caper on the canals
Along Northern Warwickshire’s miles of canals (we have the Coventry, Ashby and Fazeley canals) there are oodles of pubs and cafes welcoming canines. On the Coventry Canal, dogs can join you for cake and a coffee in the café at Pooley Country Park or pub grub at the Kings Head at Atherstone, Anchor at Hartshill or Samuel Barlow at Alvecote Marina.
Things To Do
*parking charges apply at certain locations There’s no such thing as a free lunch they say, but who needs lunch anyway when Northern Warwickshire has so much on offer for free? 1 Fancy the long route from Coventry to Birmingham? Get away from the cities while walking...read more
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Henry Tudor’s restover before the Battle of Bosworth, an important Roman fort town & Boudica’s last stand, the Elizabethan centre of literary activity, the Sir Robert Peel Museum and George Eliot’s inspiration are just some of the historical places of importance that you visit in North Warwickshire.read more
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“Unconventional”, “unorthodox”, descriptions of one of the leading nineteenth century authors Mary Ann Evans, known as George Eliot and born in Nuneaton; drawing on her early life here in rural Warwickshire her themes and characters are just as relevant today as then....read more
Road racers or easy trails? Tee off at the Belfry? Wakeboarding, waterskiing or open water swimming? Or a take a stroll that’ll give you insights into fascinating local history. North Warwickshire can cater for all tastes.read more
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