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A village with two dog-friendly pubs, plus a public car park with WCs, and village shop.
Lovely out of the way village, with a fine dining pub and the chance to explore part of Charlton Forest with the dog.
The pub's a pretty 14th century building and even has its own blue plaque. And dogs will love the woodland walkies.
Popular country pub with a strong local lunch-time following. It's dog-friendly and easy to spot on the main road.
Sixteenth century inn full of historic charm, and dog-friendly. If ancient low ceilings make you wince, the clever people here have raised the ceiling to give everyone head-space.
Dog-friendly pub with an appealing old-style charm, and doggie exercise space in the High Weald.
Possibly one of the most dog-friendly pubs you will ever visit. Close to the New Forest, the village is charming and the walk runs through the estate of a former manor house.
Dog-friendly 17th century inn with walks from the car park. Handy for the A31 and also close to Winchester.
An easy dog walk beside a rural canal and a dog-friendly pub with a warm welcome. Just off the A287 and less than 5 miles from M3 Junction 4a or 5.
If you get the chance, this is one to check out.
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.
Easy dog walk on a country track, and a stylish and dog-friendly country pub for refreshments. Quite close to Crawley, and mid-way between the A22 and A23.