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A warm local pub with great character, a large garden and a friendly atmosphere. And how about that doggie smile!
A 15th century dog-friendly freehouse now giving motorists a very modern coaching inn experience. Good for families. Close to the A3.
A village with an exciting dog walk, and an award-winning dog-friendly country inn with outstanding food. Apparently William Blake wrote the words for 'Jerusalem' in this very building.
Unpretentious village pub with a generous welcome for walkers, families and dogs.
Dog-friendly historic pub with walks from the door and country dining. It's a gorgeous setting in the foothills of the Downs, and very popular.
Super-stylish inn with amazing food, dog-friendly, and a good dog walk from the door.
Popular country pub with a strong local lunch-time following. It's dog-friendly and easy to spot on the main road.
Secluded country inn, dog-friendly and worth the effort to find. Dogs will love the sights and smells of the woodland walk.
Much more than a place to stop for a driving break with the dog. You can walk the dog's socks off here! And a fine country pub to recover in.
Lots of choice for dog walks in a country park with plenty of space. On race days at the nearby racecourse you can here the commentary from here.
There can be few nicer places than a dog-friendly pub on a hillside in the South Downs. Add to this a walk in fantastic woodland and you have everything that a dog could wish for.
A fantastic area of wetland and grasslands with a huge variety of wildlife. Look out for the remains of medieval forts, built to protect the harbour. There is plenty here for dogs to check out.
A wonderful hillside forest with great views. Plenty of heath and woods for dogs to get excited about and a really tranquil place for people to wind down.
Large heathland which is perfect for travel-tired dogs to run around. Enjoy the open space, wildlife and fresh Sussex air.