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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.
Oh ho ho - behind the weatherboarding lies a dining pub you just couldn't guess at from the outside. Chic, absolutely spotless and a highly professional chef.
Small rural pub in the High Weald. Dogs and walkers are welcome.
Despite the name, the pub is not to be found on top of the famous rabbit residence. It is beautifully situated in a pretty village in the North Wessex Downs overlooking the Test Valley.
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.
The story has it that a Civil War battle between the Cavaliers and Roundheads took place right on the site of this very dog-friendly pub. A shaggy dog story? Maybe, but it could be true.
Well-placed inn on the Sherbourne Road, with easy parking and a popular woodland dog walk.
Seaside dog-friendly country dining pub and a circular dog walk with big sea views from the car park. The pub was a smugglers' haunt in the 13th century.
Magical dog-friendly pub with instant access to walks. Just pawfect. Watch out for the squadron of ducks guarding the car park!
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.
Homely village pub close to the A350 and with a very easy dog walk starting very close to the car park. No stiles/livestock and ideal for the travel-weary pooch.