Ye Olde Rose & Crown, Greenwich

After that bracing stroll through Greenwich Park with H the mischievous Miniature Schnauzer we had worked up a healthy appetite. A quick google search revealed the dog-friendly Ye Olde Rose & Crown as being almost at the gates to the park. Cosy & Comfy We were lucky enough to bag the last table and settled... Continue Reading →

Ship Hotel, Brancaster

After spending a couple of hours exercising pooch on the most amazing beach at Brancaster, we'd worked up a healthy appetite and just about to google 'dog-friendly pubs' in the area when we noticed the Ship Hotel just opposite the beach road.   What a lucky find! A quick glance through the window reassured us... Continue Reading →

Breakfast at Highgate

After dropping off pooch for his grooming session at the rather lovely Hair of the Dog in Highgate Village last Saturday morning we found ourselves with a couple of hours to spare; being a wet and windy start to the weekend we thought to treat ourselves to a nice breakfast and spotted a Café Rouge... Continue Reading →

Caen Ouistreham

The charming little port of Ouistreham isn't actually in Caen, a fact we'd discovered on a previous journey that had entailed a mad-dash across Normandy from deepest Brittany and after enjoying a brief but misguided sense of relief at having arrived with only minutes to spare before check-in for the ferry closed, then to realise that... Continue Reading →

Le Roulis Ouistreham

We walked or rather got blown along the promenade and noticing that Le Roulis appeared to be the busiest and most welcoming of the restaurants open at the time decided to give it a try. Inside it was warm, lively and completely unpretentious; the décor is probably best described as eclectic bordering on anarchic perfectly... Continue Reading →

John Barleycorn, Duxford

Just 10 miles from Cambridge the sleepy village of Duxford is probably best known for its airfield, a former RAF base now home to the Imperial War Museum. The John Barleycorn, located in the heart of the village predates the aerodrome by some 250 years, first opened as a coaching inn in 1660.  Thatched roof, beams... Continue Reading →

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