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Village pub with a fabulous walk from the door. Really handy for a dogstop off the A34 (which seems to be one of most competitive A-roads in the country!) and with some great menu choices.
A real opportunity to explore a 16th century village inn, dog-friendly of course, and admire the thatched cottages and tiny 15th century church nearby.
Thatched black and white hostelry of enormous charm, and thoroughly welcoming. A Michelin star and dog-friendliness makes this a pawfect treat.
A fine, traditional pub in a quiet Berkshire village. There are loads of walks to enjoy around here. Be prepared to meet an occasional horse, this village is seriously equine focused.
Popular village pub with a warm welcome for dogs. This is a fine area for dog walks and the local doggie people are friendly and helpful.
A wonderful, easy dog walk across the roof of Berkshire.
Despite the name, the pub is not to be found on top of the famous rabbit residence. It is beautifully situated in a pretty village in the North Wessex Downs overlooking the Test Valley.
With 800 years of history behind it, this riverside pub is as much of an institution as the university. It's a friendly place and dogs and families are made very comfortable and welcome.
The dog walk here starts on a raised causeway between streams, always fun for water-loving dogs. And the pub is dog-friendly in the bar and garden.
A village with dog-friendly pub, an interesting art collection and grounds, plus a longer dog walk.
This is a magnificent walk over the lower reach of Cannock Chase. The land is criss-crossed with paths and the heathland means it is easy to navigate this large expanse of open space.
Tucked away in a quiet corner of Hampshire, this is a very dog-friendly pub near the delightful village of St Mary Bourne.