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A pub with real historic pedigree. It was used by Generals Montgomery and Eisenhower during the build up to D-Day in 1944. Now it welcomes dogs instead.
Just over a mile from the A338 you'll find a fabulous heathland walk close to a dog-friendly pub with great charm and yummy pub nosh.
Not so easy to find the dog-friendly pub here, despite the signs. Once you get there all's forgiven.
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.
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.
On the map this appears to be a quiet, even insignificant village. Once you're there it does punch above its weight in history and heritage.
A barn, converted to become a modern coaching inn and within easy reach of good long dog walks. Dogs, walkers and drivers are made welcome and there's a blazing log fire in winter.
Incredibly atmospheric dog walking on the Saxon shore, and quite eerie on a windy day. Apparently this is the Hoo Peninsula. Best in summer.
Lovely pub and a great dog walk close to where the M3 and M27 meet.
If you want a dog-friendly pub that's easy to find, and with a modern approach to service and food choices then this country inn should suit.
Joyful open space where dogs can just go nuts.
A well-placed dog-friendly pub on the A39, with outside tables for warmer days and plenty of space inside too. A useful pitstop for hungry people, not so great for dogs as there isn't a walk here.