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If you're travelling on the Stena Ferry to Holland from the UK your dog will enjoy a good long coastal walk before you get on the ferry.
Picture-perfect English village with a village green, duckpond, a windmill and quite a few tearooms as well as one dog-friendly pub. Gorgeous on a sunny day.
A charming pub with easy access to a paw stretch. Historically, the Duke of Marlborough's regiment often popped in for a quiet drink.
An 18th century inn close to the original tollhouse for Canterbury on the Dover Road. Dogs can be sure of a warm welcome here.
Popular 'Walkers are Welcome' town with dog water bowls outside nearly all the shops. We chose this dog-friendly pub because it's in the centre of the town, and also has dog-friendly B&B rooms.
Not far from Yeovil and the A37 but miles away in atmosphere. It's a tad foodie, but less pretentious than some and the 15th century building is a delight.
Very pretty village to visit, and a short dog walk that packs in the scenery and interest. And the pub's dog-friendly.
Gloriously dog-friendly dining pub with several excellent walks from the door.
Everything a pub should be, with the added bonus of good food. Good for a pitstop on your journey, or a brilliant temporary local if you're staying nearby.
Easy to find dog-friendly country inn on the A39 with a country dog walkwell away from the traffic.
Step back in time for a visit to the 15th century - but with up-to-date meals and service.
Welcoming village pub where familes, dogs, walkers and cyclists are always welcome.