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Wonderful dog walk in the Cuckmere valley, and a popular 17th century dog-friendly pub at the start. Incredible as it may seem, this tiny hamlet was home to a Mr and Mrs Prince of Wales.
Friendly and welcoming village inn with a dog walk from the door. The pub has a long history, really long - Chaucer could have dropped in for a glass of ale.
Small rural village snuggled under the South Downs, and totally charming. A real delight for a driving doggie-stop, just lovely. The pub is popular and thriving in a grown-up kind of way.
Popular and dog-friendly pub that's as close to a modern-style coaching inn as you can get. Open long hours and we watched in astonishment as people and dogs just pawed in before 11 in the morning!
Oh ho ho - behind the weatherboarding lies a dining pub you just couldn't guess at from the outside. Chic, absolutely spotless and a chef I'd trust with my dog.
Friendly and welcoming country pub just a minute away from the A272.
South coast village, full of charm and a delight to visit. Can get very busy in summer.
Welcoming country inn, with a chic modern interior and contemporary dining. The beer garden is lovely on a warm day. We loved the wild garlic growing in the car park.
Just the place for a bracing dog walk on the coast path and a re-charge of your energy levels. The pub here is dog-friendly but the beach is out of bounds in summer.
Stylish country pub with a beautiful garden. Such a pretty village, and the road stops here which means that there are just loads of tracks and paths for dogs to explore.
Historic town away from the coast and busy tourist places, and with an unpretentious inn close to a safe off-lead dog walk over fields.
Pretty and quiet village in the Ouse valley, close to the A23 for a doggiestop. The pub is small and intimate, with fine food and cheerful service.