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Good stop for families on the A31, with play areas for kids and a nice doggie welcome for good dogs too.
Dog-friendly Georgian coaching inn in the Hanpshire Downs, and ideal for a doggie pitstop on your journey - or just to enjoy their food.
Reliable dog-friendly pub with a good dog walk quite near to Chester and also the M53.
A fantastic common awaits near this very dog-friendly pub. A fine place to enjoy the Hampshire countryside on the fringes of the New Forest.
Atmospheric ruins of the abbey are perfect for a picnic break, short dog walk, or a ponder on the many and vaied saints of Wales.
Once a busy coaching stop, the three large inns in this small village must have been a hub for news, gossip and the latest fashions from London in the 1700s.
For a sense of the 'real' Yorkshire Dales this remote section of the Dales Way feels like a time capsule. Get your timing right, and a fine lunch and a welcome from the pub dog could be yours.
Dogs are welcome in the bar at this historic coaching inn, and you'll find cosy corners and log fires to get settled in for a coffee or meal.
Just north of Basingstoke, this is a good doggiestop with an off-lead walk and pleasant village pub. If you're out for the day, the walk extends to Watership Down.
A tiny hamlet by a stream in the middle of nowhere. Sounds perfect for a moment of road-free relaxation and frolicking space for dogs.
This is the pub that the Prancing Pony in Lord of the Rings is said to be based on. A regular stopping point for Tolkien on his regular journey between Oxford and Birmingham.
Popular, busy and good-natured country inn that's a restored and much improved railway pub. Heritage railway buffs will adore this one, and the dog won't miss out either.