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  • jayjay
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    Yes, The Plough is just down the road. I think they allow dogs in the bar, but not in the restaurant bit now. I'm sure I saw a doggie in there a few weeks ago. :thumbsup:

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  • Lucy's mum
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    If the Plough is the one just down the road from Holly Trees then it was not dog friendly but I think it has changed hands since we last looked.

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  • jayjay
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    Golly someone recommending somewhere near to me! That's unusual! Also The Plough is near to the Holly Trees for a carvery type dinner... and 2 miles of mostly takeaways along the main high street, plus a few restaurants! The Wilbraham Arms has a long public footpath nearby (which used to be the Salt Line railway), and which is rather lovely in the spring for walking dogs.

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  • Lucy's mum
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    B&bs off the m6

    Having shown some initiative and read the instructions I hope I am doing this right. Because we regularly travel from 200 yards from the Solent to Ayr we have discovered a couple of b&bs we have used regularly.

    The Holly Trees at Alsager junction 16 off the m6. Only a few minutes drive but no motorway noise. Last time we were there about a year ago it was £65 for b&b. A bit dated but comfortable. Good breakfast. Very friendly. Dogs welcome even in the breakfast room. No dinner but we would recommend the Wilbrahim Arms a short drive away. Also dog friendly in the large bar.

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