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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.
Lovely out of the way village, with a fine dining pub and the chance to explore part of Charlton Forest with the dog.
The pub's a pretty 14th century building and even has its own blue plaque. And dogs will love the woodland walkies.
Popular country pub with a strong local lunch-time following. It's dog-friendly and easy to spot on the main road.
Small rural inn that's immensely popular at weekends.
Village pub with its own micro-brewery and bags of character.
A walk to make dogs and drivers happy, and a modern-day coaching inn with a gleaming and spotless interior for fine refreshment. On the A26 and very easy to find.
A dog-friendly Fuller's pub with roaring fires in winter and a light airy feel in warmer weather. The cricket ground is opposite.
A tad over 5 miles from the M3, and close to the A31 and Alton this is an unrepentently pubby village pub where the landlord puts people and good beer at the heart of his day.
Dog-friendly dining pub where walkers, cyclists and well-scubbed diners mingle happily together in a convivial atmosphere.