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Enjoy a dog walk with big views, and a tasty home-cooked lunch or snack in the traditional village pub. Clearly the beating heart of the village.
When you can't wait to get a feel of the countryside and lose the sounds of traffic, this old-school traditional village pub could be the answer.
I'm guessing that the town would have been a sort of stagecoach hub in days of old, and this is the inn that outlasted the competition.
Friendly and unpretentious inn with a cozy feel to it. We struggled to find a good dog walk from the village without a long stretch of road walking, which was a shame.
Rural pubby pub with lots of green space around it, and dogs are welcome. Popular with weekenders when the sun is shining. Good for families.
Hugely welcoming and dog-friendly pub that's well worth a bit of a wiggle down country lanes to get there. It's set in an enviable spot with magnificent country views.
A welcoming and relaxed country inn with several comfortable little rooms for dining or snacking. Light and airy, and not a bit grubby-pubby.
A dog-friendly dining pub that's on our 'one to watch' list. Owner Simon took this run-down village pub over in late 2018 and has started his to-do list with the food.
Roomy and popular dining pub, and apparently it's the last pub in Sussex if you're heading towards London.
A dog-friendly pub, literally in the middle of nowhere, and a complete delight. A hidden gem, apart from the lots of people who have already found it. And the walk from the door is doggie-perfect.
Exposed beams and rustic decor in a Georgian country inn serving real ales and British pub classics. And a hearty dog walk too.
A modern day coaching inn created from the old stable block of the racecourse. An enthusiastic young team do their very best with a difficult location, but avoid on race days.