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Picture perfect thatched inn set in a traditional Devon village. The pub interior is absolutely magical.
This 16th century pub re-opens with its new owners in August 2019 and it's good to see the energy that's going into the cleanup and restoration.
If Friar Tuck ran an inn, this could very well be it. The building itself is old, very old. As you enter you get the feel of centuries of hearty eating and full-bodied claret.
Quaint village pub with hospitable staff (and local customers). In winter there's a massive fire to keep you toasty warm, and in summer the beer garden swings into action.
Another fantastically ancient Kentish inn, this one dates from the 16th century. And plenty of walking on the long-distance Greensand Way.
Another mind-meltingly ancient pub, this one has been trading since 1430. And it's a treasure. You've probably seen it on TV already!
Dog walk and dog-friendly pub in a pretty village on the Cuckmere river.
Lovely old pub with loads of atmosphere and friendly people. The dog walk seems popular too and Jem had a great time with his new doggie mates.
A choice of dog walks and a much-praised foodie pub/bistro, with the superest little stove in Sussex. That sounds about right!
Highly likeable dog-friendly pub near the A271 and A21, with a friendly atmosphere and sensational views over to Beachy Head. Turner apparently was inspired by the landscapes from here.
Village pub with a friendly welcome for walkers, dogs and families. Parts of the pub date back to the 1700s.
A choice of dog walks from an old dog-friendly coaching inn. It's one of the oldest inns in the county, with lots of interesting historical details.