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A welcoming and restful former coaching inn, with a huge welcome for dogs and their drivers. The front garden has a stream running through, and there's a fine dog walk too.
The dog-friendly pub here is a free house, with young enthusiastic owners. And the dog walk is an easy there-and-back from the pub.
Another fantastically ancient Kentish inn, this one dates from the 16th century. And plenty of walking on the long-distance Greensand Way.
Less than 2 miles from the M26 as the crow flies, but light years away in reality. This pretty village in the Low Weald feels like the deep countryside, and is a treat to find.
Family and dog-friendly village pub overlooking the traditional village green. You'll find a friendly feel and relaxed atmosphere here.
Traditional village pub, many times CAMRA winner, and a space where conversation, beer and good company trump trendy menus and interior design. Old school and nice with it.
Oh ho ho - behind the weatherboarding lies a dining pub you just couldn't guess at from the outside. Chic, absolutely spotless and a highly professional chef.
Glorious dog-walking in the downs, with the chance to spot unusual butterflies, ancient burial mounds and a yew forest and groves.
Small Sussex town with a thriving independent High Street, good dog walks and a dog-friendly pub.
Small homely pub where dogs are welcome, and good value meals are on offer. The inside can't be guessed from the outside, especially the parlour with piano and Edwardian sheet music.
South coast village, full of charm and a delight to visit. Can get very busy in summer.
Friendly and welcoming village pub in Warwickshire, with a bit of a Cotswold feel. Look out for the very sociable doggie landlord, a cuddly pug.