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A village with dog-friendly pub, an interesting art collection and grounds, plus a longer dog walk.
The pub is the main attraction here. It is in an old converted mill on the banks of the River Loddon. The walk is short but full of history.
Good stop for families on the A31, with play areas for kids and a nice doggie welcome for good dogs too.
If you get the chance, this is one to check out.
Hurstbourne Tarrant is to be found in the beautiful North Wessex Downs. The George and Dragon is a 16th century coaching inn and is a wonderful place to stop for awhile.
A lovely North Downs location on the Berkshire and Hampshire border. The pub is really dog-friendly so everyone is sure of a warm welcome.
Doggiestop on the A348, with an easy short walk for car-bound dogs. The pub looks as if it's sinking under the road, but they've put signs and flags out to make the entrance obvious.
Lovely pub with a dog walk, close to the M1 and also the A5 but you'd never guess this wasn't deep countryside. Family friendly and dog-friendly.
Astonishingly old, and dog-friendly pub with its own flour mill that's still in use. It seems so strange to have a 15th century building still in use, and within a stone's throw of the busy A33.
Homely village pub close to the A350 and with a very easy dog walk starting very close to the car park. No stiles/livestock and ideal for the travel-weary pooch.
A rural dog walk over Romney Marsh from a village loved by the author of the Railway Children.
An attractive village with a good dog walk and a well-preserved windmill to admire. Not too far from the A28.