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Roadside dog-friendly country inn on the A281 with a relaxing garden and upmarket menu. The paint job certainly makes it un-missable from the Brighton Road.
Handy doggiestop off the A272 with afternoon refreshments at a National Trust cafe, or lunch in a dog-friendly and stylish village pub.
Accessible dog walk on a hard surface path. Dog-friendly 16th century coaching inn, full of character. CAMRA ales and home-cooking.
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.
Doggie delight of a country pub, with walks nearby and really dog-friendly staff. Great for a doggiestop between Wrexham and Nantwich. Good for weekend walkies and Sunday lunch too.
Quiet and relaxing walk with a dog-friendly pub off the A351.
Allow yourself time to enjoy a visit to this extraordinary 13th century pub, and the waterfall next door. Absolute time travel and everywhere is dog-friendly.
A warm and welcoming 16th century pub where people and dogs are all made to feel at home. The dog walk isn't the most exciting in the world but it is really convenient and easy to follow.
A food-centred village inn in the shadow of the Berkshire Downs. The walk is a favourite with our two and follows the line of a little-visited canal.