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Fab walking over the headland, and also on the beaches. Dog friendly all year, under control as it's a nature reserve.
National Trust owned beach with no restrictions on dogs all year round. The beach car park is on the coast road between Abbotsbury and Burton Bradstock (the B3157).
A peaceful location within easy access of the A35. It's perfect for a dog walk, and you'll even find a warm-water dog bath and dryer so your dog can get back in the car in tip-top condition!
An historic village with a characterful dog-friendly pub, small shops and tea shops, and an easy walk down to the coast and the S.W. Coast path.
Situated in the beautiful village of Puncknowle, close to Chesil beach and five miles from Bridport, West Bay (or 'Broadchurch' if you follow the ITV series!) - The Crown is a traditional thatched...
Friendly, family run public house, welcomes dogs, owners has 2 dogs, great food, and freindly locals and fantastic views from beer garden
A forest dog walk a short drive from Lyme Regis and quite close to the A35 for a cooling stroll with the dog.
An easy break from the A35, with a very straightforward dog walk route and an award-winning historic pub with plenty of parking.
Within seconds of Jem leaping out for a sniff at the sea and a bounce on the beach, the rain deluged. The beach is all shingle and we couldn't really see anything of the coast path!
A doggiestop off the A35 with lots of interest to see, and you can pack it all into a short stop.
Small village dominated by a large church and close to the Ridgeway long-distance footpath. Dogs and families welcome in the relaxed and friendly pub.
Just the place for a bracing dog walk on the coast path and a re-charge of your energy levels. The pub here is dog-friendly but the beach is out of bounds in summer.
Very pleasant dog-friendly inn at the heart of the village. Ideal for a relaxing break from your journey and with an easy dog walk too.
Just off the A35 you'll find a moment of calm in this friendly, family run pub. Unpretentious approach and genuinely welcoming.
Quaint little rural inn with a welcoming feel, blazing fire in winter and outside tables for summer.
A fine 18th century pub in the New Forest. Loads of nearby walks are sure to please dogs and humans alike.
Woodland dog walk with clear paths and easy routes through the trees. Plenty to look at and a very helpful visitor centre with interesting information.
Home of the Tolpuddle Martyrs and a small museum to record the actions and consequences of their actions. Good family pub and stop, the dog walk comes in at second place here. Well worth a look.
Rural small pub with a peaceful feel and a very pleasant beer garden. A good summer stop just a few miles from the A35 near Dorchester.
Traditional and dog-friendly pub that's a very short way from the A35, between Bridport and Dorchester.
Remote and peace part of the forest, with plenty of zoomie space for dogs. No stiles of livestock.
Lovely place to get some silence and safe walking with the dog. You're unlikely to see many other people, and the linear route is very easy to enjoy and not have any concerns about getting lost.
Charming dog walk to an old mill over Dorset countryside, and a dog-friendly village pub with a garden for refreshments. And it's just as nice without a dog!
On a fine, clear day you can see for miles from this fabulous dog walking spot on the roof of the county. Or you may find yourself hidden in the clouds!
When the dog needs a decent walkies and tired drivers need reviving, head here. The forest is a mix of heathland and woodland with lots of path options for easy walking.
A little village near Lyndhurst makes for a great lunchstop with the dog off the A35.
New Forest village with shops, tea shop, ice-cream, a number of large car parks. The dog-friendly pub is in the middle of the forest and looks at first glance a bit like a typical London boozer.
Not so easy to find the dog-friendly pub here, despite the signs. Once you get there all's forgiven.
Dogs will get plenty of sniffing here. Easy flat walking on clear tracks and with no stiles or livestock.