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Very handy doggiestop for pooches desperate to get out for a breather before or after London.
Do try and make a doggiestop in this little market town. You'll find dog-friendly pubs, dog-friendly B&B, a lovely dog-friendly cafe and bookshop, and a fabulous dog walk with swimming.
It would be easy to miss this 18th century coaching inn as it's only when you get inside that the immense charm of the building shines through.
Less than 4 miles from Junction 28, this pretty dining pub with an Italian chef makes a motorway doggiestop a bit of a treat.
This 16th century pub re-opened with its new owners Steve and Hazel in August 2019 and it's good to see the energy that's going into the cleanup and restoration.
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.
You'll find this dog-friendly pub in the shadow of the Malvern Hills, which adds quite a bit to the atmosphere. A dog walk from the door, plus B&B rooms and camping makes this one to add to the list.
Fabulous location for a dog-friendly pub and dog walk. On a sunny day this is hard to beat for dog and diner satisfaction, and so it does get very busy indeed.
A rustic-style inn with a large and attractive garden, and a welcome for dogs in part of the bar and the garden. Also close to the A23.
Kippings Cross Roundabout
Small village pub, full of warmth and character. It seems to be the hub of the village as well as a destination for hungry walkers.
A taste of yesteryear, with beams and quaintness and curios that draw you into a sort of time machine. Expect a warm and friendly welcome.
Lovely example of a 'full rustique' Sussex village pub. It's a place where the great, the good and posh gardeners happily rub shoulders. And dogs are very welcome.