The glorious dog friendly pub in an ancient village near Bath

The Wheatsheaf in Combe Hay is a country pub in the time honoured tradition - a place to eat, drink and sleep.

Located in the ancient village of Combe Hay, just 18 minutes outside Bath, in beautiful surroundings, the pub serves the very best seasonal food and finest beers and wines in a mellow and welcoming setting.

The pub is well known for its down to earth no fuss service and laid back atmosphere, making it a great choice for a Friday night pub trip.

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It serves real ales, local cider and an impressive, as well as attractively economical, wine list. The open log fire warms make it a warm welcome in the autumn and winter, and during spring and summer the terrace and garden beckon.

Not only that you can bring a friendly four legged friend with you as the pub is dog friendly. It even won Bristol, Bath and Somerset’s Most Dog Friendly Pub awardatthe Bristol, Bath and Somerset Tourism Awards in 2019.

After winning the award, owner Adele said: "Margaux, Gloria, Lyla, Lucky and Poppy (the dogs at the pub) would like to say what an honour and a privilege it is to receive this esteemed honour on behalf of all our humans at The Wheatsheaf Combe Hay, the most doggy friendly place in the world.

"We would like to thank all our dog friends and our human family (especially chefs!) and other human visitors, we love you all! Woof, woof, woof, woof woof."

The glorious dog friendly pub in an ancient village near Bath

While you're there with your doggie, you could stretch your legs with one of the lovely local walks, like the low tunnel loop from Odd Down. It takes about an hour and a half.

Or if you're feeling braver you could try the Tucking Mill - Midford Viaduct loop from South Stoke which takes 2hrs 40 mins.

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Not only dog friendly, recent TripAdvisor reviews prove the food is "delicious".

Anne Marie S said: "We have just returned from a lovely nights stay here. The accommodation was beautiful and clean and the pub was so warm and welcoming. All of the staff were very friendly and helpful, there was a very relaxed atmosphere and so dog friendly! All of our food was delicious!

"We had a 2 course meal in the evening and then breakfast before we left and could not fault any of it! We will definitely be back!"

To find out more visit the pubs website here.

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