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On a dry day this little cafe is a real find, and a lovely place to sit down for a pot of tea and cake. There's a small shop with a selection of local produce, from jams and chutney to local cheese.
The ideal solution for hot dogs, squabbling kids and over-heated drivers is a stroll in these cool, shady woods. A small rivulet gives dogs an ice-cold drink or paw wash. Jem here is doing both.
Another fabulous dog walking adventure in the forest. This car park seems to be the local favourite and your dog will find herself with plenty of new doggie friends here.
The pub overlooks a pocket-sized village green and at first glance looks just like a house from an Agatha Christie story.
Outdoorsy pub with a very friendly atmosphere, good food and pretty much the full rustic.
New Forest village with shops, tea shop, ice-cream, a number of large car parks. The dog-friendly pub is in the middle of the forest and looks at first glance a bit like a typical London boozer.
Much more than a doggie stop, this is full-on doggie delight with a dog-friendly pub too. Loads of walkies space.
Dogs and kids will love the chance to race into a small, clean river at the start of the walk and the village pub is friendly and welcoming.
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.
Rural village pub where dogs and walkers are welcome.
Small village with a long history and enjoyable dog walk. The family-run pub offers superior dining.
Good short walk for dogs in the woods, and a bright and friendly gastro-pub with menus to suit drivers on the go, and foodies wishing to linger.