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Family-friendly pub with a large garden and value food. Dogs welcome too.
Very dog friendly old coaching house in a bustling market town, ideal for the North Cotswolds.
Clean dog-friendly beach and refreshments between Lymington and Bournemouth. You get a grand view of the Isle of Wight too.
A smashing pub on the edge of the New Forest. The garden is glorious and the wood fires in winter make it a welcoming place any time of year.
A village with dog-friendly pub, an interesting art collection and grounds, plus a longer dog walk.
The pub is the main attraction here. It is in an old converted mill on the banks of the River Loddon. The walk is short but full of history.
A lovely old coaching inn in the beautiful North Wessex Downs. And a dog walk too.
A lovely North Downs location on the Berkshire and Hampshire border. The pub is really dog-friendly so everyone is sure of a warm welcome.
Dogs aren't welcome on the front beach at Lyme Regis, and other restrictions apply for the other beaches too. So it was a relief to find a dog-friendly pub at least.
If you're in the area and keen to see the 'end' of the island a potter around a lighthouse is always a delight. You'll find several historic lighthouses here at varying distances from the sea.
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.
Hugely popular tourist spot, with dog-friendly pubs and tea rooms and a choice of dog walks. As a doggiestop on your journey this is a much better bet in the winter when it's less crowded.