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This is where William the Conqueror fought his battle and took the English throne. And Harald lost his eye and a kingdom. Since then the sea has receded so it's not as dramatic as you might expect.
This is so incredible, a 15th century building that is still fully in use and looking amazing. It was a farmhouse first, and became a pub later. But what a treat to experience this!
Local pubby pub near to a reservoir that's good for a dog walk. Parts of the building are really old, and there's a friendly feel to the place. Real ales and comfort eating.
Fabulously ancient pub, just stunning. And wonderful that it's still very much in use and not a museum. Service and food are re-assuringly modern.
Historic and dog-friendly pub that could almost be a tourist destination in its own right, it's so old. The food is much praised by locals, and did look very appetising.
A homely and welcoming pub, and on the day we were here it was lovely to see a cockerpoo puppy starting his life with pub socialisation skills.
Really good place for a doggiestop in hot weather - the pub seems to come to life with the sunshine!
Less than 5 miles from the M3/A3 dogs and drivers will get a good welcome in a well-run pub that really is the heart of the village.
Pretty and dog-friendly upmarket village dining inn, with a fine dog walk from the door. On your walk you may well spot relics of a former RAF base.
A quiet little village with a dog-friendly pub, and access to a fine dog walk in woodland.
Welcoming and dog-friendly pub, with a tempting menu and fast-moving staff!
An old coaching inn on an 'old' road isn't that unusual, but this one has a medieval pedestrianised bridge to go with it. Lovely. Don't mess with the geese, they have a powerful nip!