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Another monumental moment of early community building, popular with local dog walkers. This is one of the best historic places in the country, well up there with Stonehenge.
Mostly flat walk alongside the Fleet lagoon from Weymouth to Abbotsbury. Several access points from roads along the way. Ferry bridge to Abbotsburry, 10.5 miles. Not good after wet spell.
A stile-free dog walk and a very friendly inn with dog-friendly B&B rooms, just off the Salisbury road.
A rural hideaway, well worth exploring and maybe even tarrying longer than just a doggiestop. The dog-friendly accommodation looked spotlessly clean and very comfortable indeed.
Lovely dog walk on safe bridle paths, and close to the A354. The pub was closed for its own holidays when we stopped by so it's a bit of an unknown.
Right on the main road this is an easy and dog-friendly pub to spot. Close to the A35 too.
Relaxed and very dog-friendly 17th century inn with loads of character. And gnomes hiding in the garden.
Such a pretty village, with traditional thatched houses and a treasure of a family-run inn that's at the centre of things. It just needs the sun to make everything sparkle!
Fabulous dog walks from here, and a pretty garden in the traditional dog-friendly pub for refreshments.
Nature reserve with a large car park and easy access to footpaths. Excellent place to stop for a walk with the dog and an al fresco picnic. Perfect for enjoying birdsong and wild flowers.
Really lovely little dining pub with an attractive garden for warm days, and easy access to some great walks. You may find a traditional blacksmith at work by the car park on Sundays.
One of the very loveliest dog-friendly pubs we've found, and an easy relaxing walk to make your doggiestop a real pleasure.
Much more than a brilliant dog walk near the Salisbury Road, this is one of those defining moments of history and heritage in the landscape. Ideal for kids of all ages and dogs.
On the border of Dorset and Wiltshire this is a spaniel and labrador sort of country inn, where your excellent food is likely to have been shot locally.
If you're in the area and keen to see the 'end' of the island a potter around a lighthouse is always a delight. You'll find several historic lighthouses here at varying distances from the sea.
A really pretty pub that matches the loveliness of the village. Nearby there are loads of paths to walk along and the route we chose was a beauty.