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Small rural pub, with flagged floors and beams. Gets busy in summer and warm weekends.
Less than 4 miles from Junction 28, this pretty dining pub with an Italian chef makes a motorway doggiestop a bit of a treat. This isn't fast food, it's proper dining.
Lovely for a doggiestop, and a total surprise to discover an authentic Italian market and deli counter as part of the pub. And a dog walk too. Fabulous place and I wish we lived nearer.
Cheerful and dog-friendly pub with a walk from the end of the car park. We loved the Thai lunch option.
A tiny village with stories of giants, ancient tombs and a lot of footpaths. The dog is welcome at the village inn and the walking is superb.
We Love Dogs says the pub website. And there's a short dog walk on the doorstep to satisfy Fido. Add in a friendly welcome and some interesting menu choices, and this is one for the Favourites list.
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.
Woodland walks for dogs to enjoy, and a comfortable dog-friendly pub in the village.
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.