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Jem and I arrived here after getting a soaking on the walk, and loved the warmth and a comforting cup of coffee. Well, dog biscuits for Jem obviously.
Quiet and peaceful woodland where dogs can run free and enjoy some very superior sniffs. Jem was very taken with this wood.
Another mind-meltingly ancient pub, this one has been trading since 1430. And it's a treasure. You've probably seen it on TV already!
Dog-friendly village pub on the River Ems. Look out for the changing cartoons by a well-known chap on the blackboard.
A dog-friendly pub that's steeped in history, since the 16th century, and now gives thoroughly modern service. Coaches would once have stopped here going to and from London.
Start with a bound with the hound in the forest, and then a dog-friendly pub is a 2-minute drive away. Or bring a picnic and tarry a while in a woodland glade.
A walk to make dogs and drivers happy, and a modern-day coaching inn with a gleaming and spotless interior for fine refreshment. On the A26 and very easy to find.
We just love a pub that has a quote that perfectly describes the ethos of Driving with Dogs: "Slow down and enjoy life, it's not only the scenery you miss by going too fast - you also miss the sense...
A fine 18th century pub in the New Forest. Loads of nearby walks are sure to please dogs and humans alike.
Jem loved the dog walk here, along a route called the Milky Way. It's fine Hampshire countryside and pure delight for a doggiestop.
Roadside dog-friendly country inn on the A281 with a relaxing garden and upmarket menu. The paint job certainly makes it un-missable from the Brighton Road.
Dog-friendly 16th century coaching inn, full of character. CAMRA ales and home-cooking. It's popular and so it's a good idea to call ahead and book a dog table.