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A friendly village pub where dogs and families are welcome. The 16th century building is on the main road so it couldn't be easier to find. Just a couple of miles from the M40 Jct 8.
Marvellous dog-friendly pub and well worth making a detour for. Jem loves it here because they have carpet, and he can get really comfortable for a snooze.
Very dog-friendly pub, with biscuits on arrival for hungry hounds. Well placed for a lunch stop if you're walking in the area. The walk takes in the site of the Battle of Edgehill.
Extremely warm and friendly village inn, with a dog walk from the door.
Rural village inn with a homely feel. Dogs and families are welcome, and if you're making a break from your journey this feels a bit like time travel (in a good way).
A choice of iconic monuments to walk the dog and see what's to see, and then get a snack and coffee (or a full meal) in a traditional family- and dog-friendly inn.
A sleepy sort of village near the A303 with a choice of walks and a dog-friendly pub. Just the thing when you and the dog need to take a break.
Relaxed and welcoming family-run pub near the beach and coast path.
Drivers in need of a break have the choice of two walks here, and the pub is a happy and dog-friendly place.
This former corn mill is now a pub with a fantastic location on the banks of the River Wey. It is all very lovely and the walking options should suit every dog.
Oh my oh my - this is the cutest of villages, and the number of footpaths criss-crossing to get here shows that pilgrims and travellers have been heading this way for centuries.
An easy break from the A35, with a very straightforward dog walk route and an award-winning historic pub with plenty of parking.