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Country dining in a popular pub right opposite the village church. Parts of the pub look like an old barn (in a good rustic way) and the garden seems to have once been an orchard.
Welcoming and dog-friendly inn on the Surrey/Sussex border and easy to find from the A29. There's loads of atmosphere, parts of the building are 15th century.
The pub is a cheerful explosion of colour, and it's a comfy and relaxed place to stop for a bite of lunch and stroll with the pooch.
A 15th century dog-friendly freehouse now giving motorists a very modern coaching inn experience. Good for families. Close to the A3.
Dog-friendly pub overlooking the village green. Dog walks from the door.
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.
Well-placed inn on the Sherbourne Road, with easy parking and a popular woodland dog walk.
Hide-away of a stylish and traditional dog-friendly pub and it's surrounded by fabulous dog walks. Expect beams, brasses and excellent food.
A four centuries old inn where dogs are welcome and it's on the Sandstone Trail for a good dog walk.
Traditional thatched pub with a lot of heart. Dog-friendly, and dog walks are a short drive away.
Make a doggiestop in a 17th inn featured in Hardy's Tess of the d'Urbervilles? Add in a dog walk to a stunning 17th century manor house, and this journey break off the A37 is a winner.
A curious looking country dining pub, with a red brick village front and then a modern extension at the back.