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Thatched black and white hostelry of enormous charm, and thoroughly welcoming. A Michelin star and dog-friendliness makes this a pawfect treat.
Traditional pub with a garden for hearty pub fare and real ale, plus a campsite. Really close to the M20 Jct 11. Friendly people, and it's also very close to channel crossing points.
A delightful 17th century inn with easy access to walks and the River Wye for particularly hot dogs.
Large pub with a friendly and warm atmosphere. Plenty of parking.
A super doggiestop off the M2 at Junction 7. The woodland walk for this junction has been created around an exceptionally fine pub that has kept its feet (and prices) on the ground.
Very pretty and dog-friendly inn with a stream running through the garden. Lovely for paw-cooling on a hot day.
Apart from a dog walk and a lovely pub, be prepared for a full on cute attack here. Views, walkies, overall loveliness - it's all here. Easy for an A350 doggiestop and not bad for the A303 as well.
A 13th century village that has starred in many a film, and is definitely worth making a short stop for on your journey. Or even as a day trip if you're based nearby.
Easy to find village inn that's not too far from the A35, and no distance from the coast either if your dog needs a change from the beach.
A truly authentic pub experience that transports you back in time at least a century, maybe more. Exceptionally friendly and welcoming to dogs and drivers.
A lovely 18th century riverside pub previously owned by Keith Floyd. The whole area is really pretty and well worth visiting for a night or two with your dog.
Traditional pub with a Scandi minimalistic look and a zero-waste menu option.