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A traditional village, with some really attractive thatched cottages, a village green and pleasantly slow pace.
A four centuries old inn where dogs are welcome and it's on the Sandstone Trail for a good dog walk.
A really dog-friendly pub close to the M4. The nearby watery dog walk will delight your travelling hound, particularly on hot summer days.
Really good dog and family stop on a road that doesn't have a lot of options. The walk starts from just behind the pub, and younger kids can let off steam in the play area.
Junction 17 on the M4 seems to be the best junction for drivers with dogs to make an exit, enjoy a relaxing walk with the dog and pick and choose from the many dog-friendly pubs in the area.
Plenty to do in this small village off the A30, with a safe 2-mile dog walk, an iron-age fort, and a welcoming dog-friendly pub.
Close to both the M20 and the A28 this is a reliable all-weather doggiestop with a dog walk partly on a hard-surface.
Dog friendly pub with a dog walk from the door, and great food to boot. Not far from the A6 or less than 4 miles from the M1 Jct 23 or Jct 22.
If Friar Tuck ran an inn, this could very well be it. The building itself is old, very old. As you enter you get the feel of centuries of hearty eating and full-bodied claret.
A fine traditional pub with splendid views. Great to come back to after a walk with your dog.
An old coaching inn near the banks of the River Test. This is a pretty location with a good dog walk to enjoy.
There's a choice of two walks here, one along the banks of the Thames and the other through a nature reserve. Both walks pass a civilised pub where you'll find decent coffee and good service.