Relaxed and friendly country inn. Log fire in winter.
Dog-friendly fine dining in the bar with a thoroughly rural dog walk from the door. Very friendly and unstuffy atmosphere.
Modern rustic inn with a good food offering for hungry (or not-so) drivers on the M56. Dogs welcome.
Make a doggiestop in a 17th inn featured in Hardy's Tess of the d'Urbervilles? Add in a dog walk to a stunning 17th century manor house, and this journey break off the A37 is a winner.
A very quiet walk in Hardy country, with just a babbling brook for company. Dogs will enjoy the rural scents here and if you stop around lunchtime the pub is clean, tidy and reasonably priced.
Over 18s and dogs all welcome at the pub, and loads of off-lead doggie dashing space in the forest before or afterwards.
One of the very best dog-friendly pubs we've found, and an easy relaxing walk to make your doggiestop a real pleasure.
A rural dog walk over Romney Marsh from a village loved by the author of the Railway Children.
Interesting walk with the dog through a marshland nature reserve, and a very welcoming pub for post-walkies refreshments.
An attractive village with a good dog walk and a well-preserved windmill to admire. Not too far from the A28.
A welcoming dog-friendly pub, close to several good dog walks.
Expect a friendly welcome at this small pub in a village renowned for its Treacle Mine. The pub is popular with walkers (including Elmo in the picture here).