Dorset Pub Walks
Pub walks have always been popular. These are the first few pub walks on walks4softies. Either, have a walk then relax in the pub with a meal and a few drinks, or,
burn off the calories of the meal with a walk. Whichever you decide to do, enjoy.
Open fires burn in the bar during the winter months,
offering added warmth and atmosphere, whilst the seating areas at the front & to the rear of
the building benefit from waiter/waitress service during the warmer weather.
Follow the walk from this pub for excellent views of the Dorset countryside and the River Stour.
The Brewers Arms is a traditional country pub in the village of Martinstown, just outside Dorchester.
You can enjoy a drink, some home cooked food and relax inside the pub or outside in the sunny garden.
Dogs are very welcome in the pub. The circular walk from this pub goes to Maiden Castle.
It is well worth exploring Maiden Castle from an historical
viewpoint and for the views over the surrounding countryside.
The Bankes Arms is a Dorset country pub in the village of Studland, in the Purbecks.
Enjoy a drink and some home cooked food and relax inside the pub or outside in the sunny garden. It also has Accommodation and a Micro brewery.
There are 2 circular walk from this pub, one to Old Harry the other goes to the Agglestone Rock.
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