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Tucked away in a quiet corner of Hampshire, this is a very dog-friendly pub near the delightful village of St Mary Bourne.
Dog-friendly Georgian coaching inn in the Hanpshire Downs, and ideal for a doggie pitstop on your journey - or just to enjoy their food.
A little village near Lyndhurst makes for a great lunchstop with the dog off the A35.
Dogs aren't welcome on the front beach at Lyme Regis, and other restrictions apply for the other beaches too. So it was a relief to find a dog-friendly pub at least.
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.
A lovely dog-friendly pub with a cosy feel. Close to the M27 and easy to find.
Jem and I arrived wet, and a tiny bit grumpy truth to tell, and were totally won over by the lovely warm atmosphere and excellent sarnies here.
Dogs are welcome here and it's a large and roomy building where families, locals and dog-walkers rub along together well.
Glorious views from the dog-friendly pub terrace, and footpaths all over the place for a dog walk. Close to the A5 or the A505 and quite a remarkable place for a doggiestop.
An old hunting lodge in a lovely rural setting and the staff are friendly and welcoming. One of the few places where the pub is better than the walk.
A dog-friendly dining pub with plenty of parking just outside Reading. Easy to find and with a reliable traditional menu from this expanding pub company.
A perfect place for a bit of bummelling along the Thames path, with a dog-friendly pub/restaurant to enjoy if you're peckish.