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Restaurants

I don’t like it very much when my humans leave me in the car. Although it’s like a second home to me, temperature changes are a fact and mainly it’s extremely boring. Sometimes strangers even knock on the window and I’m not sure what they want from me. That’s why I recommend you all to take us with you, while you’re going for a meal. Here you’ll find some nice RESTAURANTS and bars here we dogs are welcome too.

Like always, they expect us to be calm and behave. So remember not to bark or run around! A lot of those places offer even special facilities such as a drinking bowl for us.

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The Montague Inn, Wincanton, Somerset

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The Montague Inn

Shepton Montague,
BA9 8JW Wincanton, Somerset, UK
Phone: +44 (0)1749 813213
Mail: info@themontagueinn.co.uk , Web: http://www.themontagueinn.co.uk/

 June 2017

Hidden away amongst the Somerset country lanes between Bruton and Wincanton, is the Montague Inn; a traditional 17th century country pub where everyone receives a warm welcome including us!

The cosy bar guarantees a warm and friendly atmosphere for that quiet chat or the simple enjoyment of the local ales and ciders humans like so much.  From the restaurant you can enjoy the view overlooking the terrace and garden with wide reaching rural views. We can accompany our humans in one part of the restaurant. There’s a lot of space between tables, so you can make yourself comfortable without being concerned too much. Tessa and I, Tibor, took a great nap here!

The owners Sean and Suzy O’Callaghan are very friendly and I love one of the sentences on their website that says:

‘A favoured meeting place, half way to everywhere in the middle of nowhere.
Come and visit us; with the family, the dogs or just on your own we guarantee you won’t be disappointed.’

Our humans loved the food and service.  The restaurant delivers gastro pub style food using the best local produce. People smiling and having a good time everywhere. We even got a special treat – a dog-biscuit for being such well-behaved dogs! Hopefully we go again, one day.

** Wonderful 17th-century inn serving simple, imaginative meals using organic treats from local farms. Friendly welcome for dogs and kids, too. Nice if you stay in Castle Cary or surroundings.

The Knights Restaurant, Castle Cary, Somerset

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The Knights Restaurant & Gin Bar
The George Hotel, Castle Cary, Somerset

Market Place,
BA7 7AH, Castle Cary, Somerset, United Kingdom
Phone: +44 (0)1963 350761
Mail: contact@thegeorgehotelcastlecary.co.uk , Web: http://thegeorgehotelcastlecary.co.uk/
FB: https://www.facebook.com/georgehotelcastlecary/

 

June 2017

Set in the picturesque historical market town of Castle Cary town centre, this quaint 15th-century inn called ‘The George Hotel’ hosts this fabulous dog-friendly steak and grill restaurant: ‘The Knights Restaurant & gin bar’, where I went with my humans for dinner more than once.

The Knight’s Restaurant offers a steak and grill menu, with a in room gin & prosecco bar which is candlelit by night, which creates a lovely cosy atmosphere for your humans to enjoy their meal. A big part of it is Dog-Friendly, although you aren’t allowed everywhere. Booking is advisable and the best way to assure you and your humans there’s space.

Tessa and I, Tibor, felt very welcome. The floor was nice and cool and there was a lot of space between each table which gave us plenty of room for a nice nap around our table.

This restaurant belongs to the George Hotel, featuring modern home-style decor with airy rooms where dogs are allowed too on request without extra charge. All rooms include free Wi-Fi, TV, a desk, as well as tea and coffee making facilities and en suite bathrooms. Some rooms have original wood beams, and 1 has a 4-poster bed.

**The Knights Restaurant & Gin Bar is part of The George Hotel which is situated in Castle Cary about 4 miles from Haynes International Motor Museum, and 13 miles from Glastonbury Abbey, the legendary burial place of King Arthur.

The Palk Arms, (Pub) Hennock, Devon

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The Palk Arms (Pub -Restaurant), Hennock, Devon

Church Road Hennock,
TQ13 9QB Bovey Tracey, United Kingdom
Phone: +44 1626 836584
Mail: palkpub@gmail.com , Web: http://www.theonlypalkarms.co.uk/
https://www.facebook.com/TheOnlyPalkArms

 

 June 2017

‘The Palk Arms is a 16th Century Free House, situated in Hennock only 2 miles from Bovey Tracey, within Dartmoor National Park. The traditional rural Devon pub offers locally brewed real ales, great wines and serves high quality pub food at reasonable prices in a relaxed atmosphere with extensive views over the Teign Valley.

What a friendly welcome I got when we entered the pub! Not only by the staff, and the owners Ivan and Jane with their great four-legged pal Olive, also the locals (clients of the bar) were all very friendly. I felt like I was just one more of the village.

During meals you’re allowed to be with your humans at all time unless you’re on the lead. It was great to take a nap under the table meanwhile they were having a meal.

**Besides, this independent village pub offers four nice en-suite rooms (B&B). All rooms have tea/coffee making facilities, a flatscreen TV, hairdryer and free Wifi.

The Palk Arms (B&B), Hennock, Devon

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The Palk Arms, Hennock, Devon

Church Road Hennock,
TQ13 9QB Bovey Tracey, United Kingdom
Phone: +44 1626 836584
Mail: palkpub@gmail.com , Web: http://www.theonlypalkarms.co.uk/
https://www.facebook.com/TheOnlyPalkArms

 Stay: 8th – 10th June 2017

On my first trip through the UK with my daughter Tessa, and my human friends, I (Tibor) spent our first two nights at a lovely B&B house called ‘The Palk Arms’. It is a 16th Century Free House, situated in Hennock only 2 miles from Bovey Tracey, within Dartmoor National Park. This independent village pub offers four nice en-suite rooms (B&B). All rooms have tea/coffee making facilities, a flatscreen TV, hairdryer and free Wifi.

My humans raved about the fantastic quality of the bed, as I had my own travellers-sleeping bag with me, and I’m never allowed to get on the bed, I’ve got to trust them on that one. The bathroom was tiny, but had all you need. The room was very clean too. Not too much noise from the bar underneath either, they said. There’s free parking a bit further (30 cow lengths) up the hill.

What a friendly welcome I got when we entered the pub! Not only by the staff, and the owners Ivan and Jane with their great four-legged pal Olive, also the locals (clients of the bar) were all very friendly. I felt like I was just one more of the village.

The traditional rural Devon pub offers locally brewed real ales, great wines and serves high quality pub food at reasonable prices in a relaxed atmosphere with extensive views over the Teign Valley.

During meals you’re allowed to be with your humans at all time unless you’re on the lead. It was great to be with them during breakfast and dinner time.

We really like Jane’s and Ivan’s recommendations about the big field next to the camping where Tessa and I could run freely and relief ourselves. Probably Olive’s favourite too! My humans liked all the details about walks and making sure they had all the information they needed.

They do charge £7.50 to cover the cost for carpet cleaning after every stay of dogs. My humans didn’t bother as we really enjoyed our stay and we felt very welcome as a pack. Hopefully we come back!

** The Palk Arms is a traditional rural pub and a firm favourite with walkers, cyclists, horse riders, tourists and locals. One of the few independent village pubs in the area. Set high above the Teign Valley it has wonderful panoramic views over the rolling hills and beautiful countryside near Bovey Tracey and within the Dartmoor National Park. Maps and tourist information available.