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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).
A small market town on the river Stour, with a choice of dog-friendly inns for refreshments and a short walk by the river.
This is a bit like a history lesson squeezed into one visit. Interesting though, and even dogs can join in. The pub is big and friendly, and very welcoming.
Highly likeable dog-friendly pub near the A271 and A21, with a friendly atmosphere and sensational views over to Beachy Head. The artist Turner apparently was inspired by the landscapes from here.
A dog walk over fields and a dog-friendly pub with a welcome blazing fire in cold weather. And a garden that's probably pretty in the summer.
A dog-friendly pub that's steeped in history, since the 16th century, and now gives thoroughly modern service. Coaches would once have stopped here going to and from London.
Pub is at the edge of doggie wonderland and is, basically, a treasure. Amazing walks.
Fun dog walk in a swampy (in a good way) private wood and then a short drive back to a welcoming and dog-friendly pub.
Small homely pub where dogs are welcome, and good value meals are on offer. The inside can't be guessed from the outside, especially the parlour with piano and Edwardian sheet music.
Welcoming country inn, with a chic modern interior and contemporary dining. The beer garden is lovely on a warm day. We loved the wild garlic growing in the car park.
Dog-friendly 17th century inn with walks from the car park. Handy for the A31 and also close to Winchester.
For a walk in the heart of the New Forest, this is unbeatable. The pub is massively dog friendly and when you have been once you will be keen to go back again and again.