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Big-hearted 17th century pub with loads of parking and a welcome to match. The scatter cushions and kilims give the spotless interior a faintly bohemian touch.
A happy rural pub with camping in summer, and close to the A350.
Dog-friendly pub surrounded by woodland paths, an ancient hill fort, and pure walking joy.
Rural village pub where dogs and walkers are welcome.
Pleasantly unhurried 17th century country pub with good food. Very tempting Specials board. And a great welcome in the bar for dogs.
Easy to reach dog-friendly dining inn off the A35. Well-organised and efficient.
A little before the ever popular Lulworth Cove, on a busy day there's much to be said for starting a visit in this dog-friendly pub.
Very easy to get to from the A37 without adding to your journey time. You'll find a stone-flagged bar, with a good foodie menu and a big welcome for dogs.
A barn, converted to become a modern coaching inn and within easy reach of good long dog walks. Dogs, walkers and drivers are made welcome and there's a blazing log fire in winter.
Quiet and relaxing walk with a dog-friendly pub off the A351.
On the banks of the River Stour, dogs will love the walk here in hot weather. The community-owned pub is a gem, with its own wine label and a micro-brewery and a friendly welcome to all.
Expect a friendly welcome at this small pub in a village renowned for its Treacle Mine. The pub is popular with walkers (including Elmo in the picture here).