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Lovely example of a 'full rustique' Sussex village pub. It's a place where the great, the good and posh gardeners happily rub shoulders. And dogs are very welcome.
Dog-friendly village pub on the River Ems. Look out for the changing cartoons by a well-known chap on the blackboard.
Start your dog walk from a characterful country pub, with log fires in winter and a pretty garden area in summer, complete with a cascading brook. Very family friendly too.
A village with two dog-friendly pubs, plus a public car park with WCs, and village shop.
Dog-friendly pub with access to the South Downs Way and some totally unbeatable views. After a bit of a climb.
Fun dog walk in a swampy (in a good way) private wood and then a short drive back to a welcoming and dog-friendly pub.
Prettiest of the several pubs in this large village, and with a dog walk straight from the door. The pub is a delight, and a very relaxed and comfortable space.
Easy dog walk and a welcoming old 17th pub with good facilities for families, and dogs.
An easy dog-friendly country pub to find on the A283 near Petworth, and a short dog walk for Fido from the car park. There's a fabulous outlook over fields to the Downs.
Roadside dog-friendly country inn on the A281 with a relaxing garden and upmarket menu. The paint job certainly makes it un-missable from the Brighton Road.
Dog-friendly 16th century coaching inn, full of character. CAMRA ales and home-cooking. It's popular and so it's a good idea to call ahead and book a dog table.
Dog-friendly country pub with a well-tended and pretty garden in summer, and blazing log fires in cooler months. Woodland dog walk from the village.