Your Search Results
Take a look through the results below, or use the filters to select the facilities you want. You can also sort the listings by the popularity or distance.
Small rural pub in the High Weald. Dogs and walkers are welcome.
South coast village, full of charm and a delight to visit. Can get very busy in summer.
Smart country pub with an enticing menu, and a dog walk from the door. More of a destination than a doggiestop.
Pretty and quiet village in the Ouse valley, close to the A23 for a doggiestop. The pub is small and intimate, with fine food and cheerful service.
Quiet and relaxed country pub, it's probably got the perfect mix between a pubby pub and a dining pub. It's dog-friendly in the bar and the dog walk is an easy one to follow. Good for families.
Relaxed and friendly country inn. Log fire in winter.
Well-placed inn on the Sherbourne Road, with easy parking and a popular woodland dog walk.
Traditional and dog-friendly 17th century inn with easy access to forest and lakeside dog walks. Car park has shade.
This dog-friendly haven is quite close to the Grand Union canal, and it's an old building. So a bit of a rarity in MK.
Make a doggiestop in a 17th inn featured in Hardy's Tess of the d'Urbervilles? Add in a dog walk to a stunning 17th century manor house, and this journey break off the A37 is a winner.
A dog walk off the beaten track with big, big views, and a dog-friendly pub with B&B. More than just a doggiestop off the A37 and a hard place to leave when the sun's shining.
Interesting walk with the dog through a marshland nature reserve, and a very welcoming pub for post-walkies refreshments.