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Enormous chunk of forest - with a really good cafe for that post-walk tea and cakes! ...
17th century pub, steeped in history and perfectly placed for either the beach or a strenuous uphill yomp. The location is wonderful, and fabulous at any time of the year.
A truly authentic pub experience that transports you back in time at least a century, maybe more. Exceptionally friendly and welcoming to dogs and drivers.
Plenty to do in this small village off the A30, with a safe 2-mile dog walk, an iron-age fort, and a welcoming dog-friendly pub.
If Friar Tuck ran an inn, this could very well be it. The building itself is old, very old. As you enter you get the feel of centuries of hearty eating and full-bodied claret.
A charming country pub with a fantastic riverside setting. A gentle nearby walk will keep dogs happy.
Popular local with a friendly welcome to visitors. I'm assured by a loyal group of customers that the beer and food are both reliably good. And to be fair, the kitchen aroma was enticing.
Picture perfect tiny village pub - just lovely! We got a very friendly welcome.
Worth timing your journey to get here for lunch and making a moment of it. This is a first rate doggiestop and short walk.
An extremely charming village with a dog walk and stylish dog-friendly country pub.
Great combo of pub and walking path here, which will keep everyone happy.
Popular dog-friendly pub on the outskirts of Redruth. A handy stopping point on the A30.
Part of the 'Pub is the Hub' scheme, and this is a dog-friendly pub with lots going on. Good food at fair prices and handy for a stop if you're travelling on the A30.
Excellent pub, great food and dog friendly. The beer's not bad either.
Fourteenth century pub with bags of atmosphere and a fresh modern approach to food. Dogs are welcome in the bar, and walks are easy to find from the village.
An old beer and cider house on the edge of Windsor Great Park. The walk could not be easier to find and dogs will enjoy a lovely explore before returning to the pub for a warm welcome.
Rural village inn with a homely feel. Dogs and families are welcome, and if you're making a break from your journey this feels a bit like time travel (in a good way).
Super-comfortable country pub with dog-friendly rooms in a recently updated 18th century thatched building. Very convenient for a break on the A30 between Shaftesbury and Salisbury.
Easy to find traditional and dog-friendly pub on the A30 near Shaftesbury.
Rural dog-friendly pub and a walk in the heart of the countryside. And just a few miles from the A303.
The dog-friendly and famous pub from which Uncle Tom Cobbley and all set off to the fair. By the time you get there from the A30 the song starts to make sense (narrow lane alert).
Close to both the A30 and the A358 near Chard, this is a pleasant spot for a short legstretch with the dog and relaxed refreshments in the pub.
Oh yum! If you're looking for a dog-friendly place to break your journey, with outstandingly good but still affordable food - try this one! The pub has gained some impressive accolades, Michelin Bib...
Popular and dog-friendly village inn in the middle of nowhere between Crewkerne and Beaminster. Some interesting local ales if your passenger is an enthusiast.
An astonishingly old pedigree for the original building here, dating back to William the Conqueror which is quite hard to imagine.
Right on the A30 this is an easy dog-friendly pub to find, and no time wasted on country lanes. Unless your satnav takes you off on an unwanted excursion that is.
A friendly and relaxed black and white timbered pub in the Test Valley near Stockbridge.
Very rural village inn with a choice of easy dog walks from the door.
Really handy if you and the dog are in need of a tasty snack and walkies on the A30. The inn also has dog-friendly B&B rooms and a Mutts Menu. And the walk is nice.
Historic little town where drovers once led their flocks along the river valley, and later on it was an important coaching inn stop for London traffic.
Much frequented by highwaymen in the eighteenth century, but now a fabulous dog-friendly pub in a charming Hampshire village.
Traditional village pub with a warm welcome, and a real rural feel. Lovely walks nearby but not from the door.
This is one of Wiltshire's most beautiful areas and former prime minister Anthony Eden spent his twilight years in Alvediston. The pub is massively dog-friendly and the walk will please Fido no end.
Broad Chalke is a delightful village in the beautiful Chalke Valley and has been the home of the great and good including Terry Pratchett and Cecil Beaton amongst others.
Comfortable and cosy traditional inn with rooms. If you're looking for an overnight stop to break your journey, then this has to be a highly dog-friendly contender.
A village that will be very familiar to fans of Midsomer Murders and Foyle's War. It is a really pretty place and the pub is very friendly and welcomes dogs.
Dog-friendly pub and B&B halfway between St Ives and Penzance and easy to find, in the middle of nowhere.