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Popular dog-friendly village pub that's just about always open from breakfast time on.
Just the place to revive the spirits of a left-out hound after a visit to the nearby Centre for Alternative (no dogs) Technology.
Dog-friendly pub close to a couple of long-distance paths for walkies long or short, and with an impressive local reputation for its food.
Larger than it seems to be at first, this is one of Jem's favourites. There's woodland, a stream, a big play area for children - and lots of space.
Short dog walk along a little river with waterfalls and lovely pools for swimming.
Relaxed and friendly pubby pub with very good value traditional pub lunches, and a walk on the Weald trail for the dog.
Welcoming and relaxing little village pub that's very much part of its community. And with a dog walk over fields and into woodland for the pooch to enjoy.
Within seconds of Jem leaping out for a sniff at the sea and a bounce on the beach, the rain deluged. The beach is all shingle and we couldn't really see anything of the coast path!
A 16th century coaching inn, now fortifying 21st century drivers with very satisfying lunches and a warm, friendly atmosphere.
Famous because of the so-called Giant carved into the hillside, the best viewing point to see this celebration of manhood is from a well-signed layby on the A352.
For a driving break, parking is fairly easy (except Saturday market day), dog-friendly hotel supplies refreshments through the day, and the dog walk is a nice easy one with proper hard-surface paths...
This is one of those lovely dog-friendly pubs with a homely sort of atmosphere. Popular with walkers and cyclists.