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A village dominated by the site of a spectacular hill settlement, and a good place for a dog walk with touristic interest and a dog-friendly pub.
Dog-friendly pub perched at the tight end of the Chichester estuary. Busy in summer and perfect in winter.
Homely and dog-friendly pub, with an easy-going dog walk. It's within easy reach of the A29, and yet feels to be in the middle of nowhere. Fully accessible walk route on a hard-surface track.
Dog-friendly village pub and with a variety of dog walks starting from the door. Not too far from the A29.
A delight of a dog-friendly pub just off the A267, south of Tunbridge Wells, where Jem got one of his best welcomes ever! No walk nearby because of sheep - lots of, but if you live nearby this must be...
Historic little town where drovers once led their flocks along the river valley, and later on it was an important coaching inn stop for London traffic.
Handy pub-stop near Lymington, with a massive car park and very pleasant outdoor seating for warm weather. My only complaint is that there isn't a footpath by the river.
An easy dog walk beside a rural canal and a dog-friendly pub with a warm welcome. Just off the A287 and less than 5 miles from M3 Junction 4a or 5.
Jem loved the dog walk here, along a route called the Milky Way. It's fine Hampshire countryside and pure delight for a doggiestop.
Good stop for families on the A31, with play areas for kids and a nice doggie welcome for good dogs too.
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.
Doggiestop on the A348, with an easy short walk for car-bound dogs. The pub looks as if it's sinking under the road, but they've put signs and flags out to make the entrance obvious.