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Tucked away in a quiet corner of Hampshire, this is a very dog-friendly pub near the delightful village of St Mary Bourne.
Not so easy to find the dog-friendly pub here, despite the signs. Once you get there all's forgiven.
Just north of Basingstoke, this is a good doggiestop with an off-lead walk and pleasant village pub. If you're out for the day, the walk extends to Watership Down.
Varied dog walks around fields and woods, close to the Vyne House (National Trust). Water, trees and fields - walks range from 1-4 miles.
Lovely walk through dense woodlands. Often lots of wildlife. The wood connects Alton, Fourmarks and Medstead and you can have anything from a short stroll to a good 2-3 hour walk.
Once a gravel works this is now a 60 acre country park and home to a range of birds, insects and wild flowers. There are plenty of paths to follow, including a designated paw trail.
Gentle woodland for canine romping and sniffing. Jem loved the soft leaves and moss on his paws.
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.
A really pretty pub that matches the loveliness of the village. Nearby there are loads of paths to walk along and the route we chose was a beauty.
Gravel beach with accessible footpath. Excellent for a fish and chips lunch while the dog enjoys a dip!
An unexpected treat for Portsmouth. The opportunity to romp on a common or enjoy a seaside walk. Brilliant.