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Relaxed atmosphere, plenty of parking and a calm and shaded beer garden at the pub.
Developing country park, with a really good adventure playground for kids and a popular walking spot for local dogs. Downside is the lack of WCs.
An easy part of the New Forest near the A31 that's a perfect dog walk on your journey. A free car park with WCs and signed trails make this an ideal doggiestop for visitors to the area.
A friendly and cosy, rustic pub, with a great atmosphere and lovely location. Dogs, horse riders (there is a hitching post for your horse), cyclists and walkers are assured of a warm welcome.
Allow plenty of time for exciting walkies here. There are a number of well-signed dog walk routes, one with dog-swimming. Wheelchair users are well catered for, and facilities are excellent.
If you have to stop at the services, the northbound ones here have a really good off-lead dog walk that's well away from all the services hassle. Useful for caravans this one.
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.
Pawfect combo of dog-friendly pub with a pawtastic walk right from the car park. And it's very handy for a break from the A31 too.
This is walk full of doggy delight. The wood is popular with local dog-owners, and a particularly friendly bunch they are too.
Unspoiled 17th century rural pub right on the South Downs Way and dog-friendly.
A good family and dog stop on the Salisbury Road with a circular dog walk over fields and a quiet country lane.
Outdoorsy pub with a very friendly atmosphere, good food and pretty much the full rustic.