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The countryside shows off rural England at its most gentle. The pub is also charming and a great place for a meal after a pleasant walk.
A treat of a pub on the A27. This is a former coaching inn and welcomes well-behaved dogs. The atmosphere is welcoming and the walk is safe and quiet.
A village that will be very familiar to fans of Midsomer Murders and Foyle's War. It is a really pretty place and the pub is very friendly and welcomes dogs.
A popular pub with local dog owners with friendly staff who love dogs. The walk is full of interest and will suit canines that like a good stretch of the paws.
Close to the M3, this is a splendid old pub where dogs are warmly welcomed. The walk is fairly short but there is enough going on for dogs to enjoy.
A village with a dog-friendly pub at either end, and a pleasant dog walk in the forest.
Much more than a doggie stop, this is full-on doggie delight with a dog-friendly pub too. Loads of walkies space. Country pub of the year in the Good Pub Guide 2021
Top end lunch in the classic car capital, and a lovely river walk with the pooch. More of a day out than a doggiestop, and very good for the spirits it is too.
Always nice to take a doggiestop in a pretty small town with a dog-friendly pub, easy parking and some interesting independent shops. Well worth exploring.
A traditional pub, with an all-day welcome and good menu choices to suit all appetites. Perfect for dogs and drivers on the go - but not kids under 14 unless it's warm enough to sit outside.
A quiet and tranquil place for a break from the driving. If you close your eyes on the walk, the only sounds to be heard are from nature. Just lovely.
Quaint and rural, very traditional pub with a dog walk from the door.
In days gone by, there was a significant Roman presence here, with a couple of garrisons and several marching forts.