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A lovely pub with an outstanding cricketing heritage. Thomas Lord was the founder of Lords Cricket Ground and is buried in a churchyard near the pub.
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.
If you want a really delightful little rural pub with an amazing walk, this is the place to visit.
Outdoorsy pub with a very friendly atmosphere, good food and pretty much the full rustic.
Perfectly placed doggie stop with a country inn right next to a forest walk for travelling pooches. Close to the A3057 south of Romsey.
Easy dog walk to find from both the A272 and the A31, a doggiestop here has lots of interest for people and dogs and a dog-friendly inn too.
Not so easy to find the dog-friendly pub here, despite the signs. Once you get there all's forgiven.
A good family and dog stop on the Salisbury Road with a circular dog walk over fields and a quiet country lane.
Doggie delight of a country pub, with walks nearby and really dog-friendly staff. Great for a doggiestop between Wrexham and Nantwich. Good for weekend walkies and Sunday lunch too.
Canal-side dog-friendly pub, so a very easy dog walk from a friendly and welcoming pub/cafe.
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.