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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.
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.
A lovely dog-friendly pub with a cosy feel. Close to the M27 and easy to find.
A generous family allow walkers to enjoy their private park, and it's just great for a refreshing dog walk. The Hall has featured in All Creatures Great and Small.
Jem and I arrived wet, and a tiny bit grumpy truth to tell, and were totally won over by the lovely warm atmosphere and excellent sarnies here.
Lovely picnic table by the side of a little stream, and then a sheep-free walk with the dog up onto the moors. Don't forget to take your picnic.
Dogs are welcome here and it's a large and roomy building where families, locals and dog-walkers rub along together well.
Glorious views from the dog-friendly pub terrace, and footpaths all over the place for a dog walk. Close to the A5 or the A505 and quite a remarkable place for a doggiestop.
This huge barn was where medieval farmers and artisans went to have their goods assessed for tax. It was a flat 10% and the church stored their booty in these enormous barns.
An old hunting lodge in a lovely rural setting and the staff are friendly and welcoming. One of the few places where the pub is better than the walk.
A perfect place for a bit of bummelling along the Thames path, with a dog-friendly pub/restaurant to enjoy if you're peckish.
Take a step back in time to this welcoming rural pub. Dogs, children, campers, motorhomes are all well looked after here, and you can even release your pigeons too!