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Country-style dining pub where dogs get a good welcome and it's a comfortable space for solo dining with your laptop, and also familes and business teams.
Once a coaching inn on the London to Brighton routes, and now a welcoming space where solo-drivers with the dog on board can take a driving break and it's all so much easier than motorway services.
Dog-friendly inn with loads of historic 16th century character and charm.
A country pub with a warm welcome for drivers and dogs. They do good value home-made meals and also offer B&B rooms (we're not sure if these are also dog-friendly).
A delightful Hampshire village with an excellent pub where strangers get a warm welcome, and there's a gentle stroll for the dog. Easily reached from the A3 and the A32
Perfectly placed doggie stop with a country inn right next to a forest walk for travelling pooches. Close to the A3057 south of Romsey.
A village with dog-friendly pub, an interesting art collection and grounds, plus a longer dog walk.
Ideally placed for a quick stop when the traffic builds up on the A337. The pub is right on the A-road and is dog-friendly in the bar, with a large car park.
Pawfect combo of dog-friendly pub with a pawtastic walk right from the car park. And it's very handy for a break from the A31 too.
A little village near Lyndhurst makes for a great lunchstop with the dog off the A35.
Opened-up old pub with beams, and a fine welcome for dogs and kids. Close to the A6 although you'd never guess it.
Good short walk for dogs in the woods, and a bright and friendly gastro-pub with menus to suit drivers on the go, and foodies wishing to linger.