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Quiet country pub with a dog walk on the doorstep. Nothing fancy and ideal for a doggie stop on your journey.
A lovely North Downs location on the Berkshire and Hampshire border. The pub is really dog-friendly so everyone is sure of a warm welcome.
Nature reserve with a large car park and easy access to footpaths. Excellent place to stop for a walk with the dog and an al fresco picnic. Perfect for enjoying birdsong and wild flowers.
Popular village dining pub, and a walk that'll help boost your appetite for some very good food. Can get very busy at weekends.
This massively dog-friendly pub is hidden away in a delightful New Forest village. There are loads of walks to enjoy nearby with woodland guaranteed.
A smashing pub on the edge of the New Forest. The garden is glorious and the wood fires in winter make it a welcoming place any time of year.
A river walk from the private village Bucklers Hard, famous for its ship building in times gone by, and the picturesque Beaulieu village. Dogs will love the swimming option on this riverside walk.
Dogs will love the scents to be found in this old wood, and the sense of otherworldness found under the dappled light of these ancient trees will delight the imaginative.
Interesting small town close to Eastleigh with several dog-friendly pubs and historical walks.
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.
Much more than a brilliant dog walk near the Salisbury Road, this is one of those defining moments of history and heritage in the landscape. Ideal for kids of all ages and dogs.
A fantastic common awaits near this very dog-friendly pub. A fine place to enjoy the Hampshire countryside on the fringes of the New Forest.