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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.
Fabulously ancient pub, just stunning. And wonderful that it's still very much in use and not a museum. Service and food are re-assuringly modern.
Historic and dog-friendly pub that could almost be a tourist destination in its own right, it's so old. The food is much praised by locals, and did look very appetising.
Small rural village snuggled under the South Downs, and totally charming. A real delight for a driving doggie-stop, just lovely. The pub is popular and thriving in a grown-up kind of way.
Traditional village pub, many times CAMRA winner, and a space where conversation, beer and good company trump trendy menus and interior design. Old school and nice with it.
Oh ho ho - behind the weatherboarding lies a dining pub you just couldn't guess at from the outside. Chic, absolutely spotless and a highly professional chef.
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.
Upmarket 14th century pub and dog-friendly B&B hidden away in the countryside, and with good walking to enjoy.
Stylish country pub with a beautiful garden. Such a pretty village, and the road stops here which means that there are just loads of tracks and paths for dogs to explore.
Dog-friendly pub and walk in a pretty town just off the A21. Look out for the unusual clock tower/war memorial in front of the pub.
Lovely dog walk in countryside full of history, and perfect for dog walking. The country pub at the start has a pretty garden and it's dog-friendly.
Established in 1590, and feeding travellers for over 400 years. The building itself is a treat and modern day food and service doesn't disappoint.