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7 top tips for planning the perfect pub day out with your pooch

Going to the pub and want your dog to come along too? The Good Guide to Dog Friendly Pubs, Hotels and B&Bs is out n ow and is packed with wonderful suggestions of places in the UK to drink, eat and stay with your pet. Making sure your dog enjoys your adventures as much as you do boils down to some good planning and common sense. Your dog won’t be missing out on the fun any longer, thanks to this handy list from the latest edition of the guide:

The Good Guide to dog Friendly pubs, hotels and B&Bs

Your dog won’t be missing out on the fun any longer- we’ve got a list of pubs and hotels where muddy paws are welcom ed. No more kennel fees or fretting dogs, just let yourself relax with your faithful friend by your side.

Lá Fhéile Pádraig Sona Daoibh! (Happy St. Patrick’s Day)

St. Patrick’s Day is an undoubtedly raucous event in anyone’s calendar, whether Irish or just Irish-at-heart. And lu ckily this year, the big day falls on a Friday! With a whole weekend for full hangover recovery there’s no excuse not to head down to your local Irish bar, grab a pint of the black stuff, and toast “Slainte!” (that’s Irish for “good health”). To help you kick off the shenanigans in true style, we’ve compiled a list of the best Irish pubs and bars to celebrate in this St. Paddy’s Day.

Tips for Mother’s Day pub visit

Mother’s day is around the corner on Sunday 26th March. The big question, where to take your mum out for a treat? Do y ou go local? Or do you go to a spot that is known to be great on such a busy day for pubs around the country? If you are trying to pull out all the stops, here are a few things to check:

Poetic Pubs

Each year on (or around) the 25th January, laddies and lassies gather to celebrate the life and works of Scotland’s gr eatest poet, Robert Burns. Replete with whisky, haggis and bagpiping, Burns Night has been an annual tradition for over two hundred years. Most people know at least one of Burns’ works, most popularly ‘Auld Lang Syne’ and ‘Red, Red Rose’. On the day that many people hit the pub to toast old “Rabbie”, it’s a perfect occasion to tell you about some of our favourite UK pubs whose names pay homage to past poets and popular poems.

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