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The dog-friendly inn has a clean, contemporary almost Scandinavian feel. But tradition has not been forgotten. Thomas Hardy and his dog, Wessex, are on record as having visited the Inn in 1927.
Traditional country pub with carpets and shiny horse brasses around the chimney. An easy dog walk with no stiles.
A couple of dog walks to choose from, and the chance to spot some woodland wildlife.
Dog-friendly village pub dating from the 14th century and still in touch with its history with antique farm implements at the front, and with menu and service to suit modern folk.
Dog-friendly pub close to a dog walk with a famous view. It's also a good stop for familes with kids the right size to enjoy the play galleon in the garden.
Country inn with a strong local following for food. A short and accessible dog walk all on a hard surface.
Woodland walks for dogs to enjoy, and a comfortable dog-friendly pub in the village.
A rural hideaway, well worth exploring and maybe even tarrying longer than just a doggiestop. The dog-friendly accommodation looked spotlessly clean and very comfortable indeed.
Dog-friendly pub and walk in a pretty town just off the A21. Look out for the unusual clock tower/war memorial in front of the pub.
Hidden pub amongst the Surrey Hills where dogs get a brilliant welcome, the food's tasty and walks start from the door.
Rural chic dog-friendly dining pub and hotel with paths and tracks all around. It's as poochie-pawfect as you'll find!
It seems the original meaning of 'piddle' was 'marshland', so stop tittering!