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Dog-friendly historic pub with walks from the door and country dining. It's a gorgeous setting in the foothills of the Downs, and very popular.
National Trust managed heath with marked trails for the dog walk. And a dog-friendly pub just a short hop away in the village for after your walk.
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.
An excellent dog walk along the ancient coastline and then the chance to enjoy the warmth and companiable atmosphere of a stylish rustic pub.
Dog-friendly Kentish pub, well off the beaten track and worth exploring.
Stylish food, nifty service and walkies with a view. What dog could demand more? This is a very welcoming and friendly place to take a break, or as a destination.
A family run local pub where dogs are made very welcome indeed. The regulars even have their doggie portraits framed and on the wall.
Top-notch contemporary cooking, and a Michelin star. So not exactly a drop-in and dog walk on a long journey.
Lovely off-lead, safe dog walk from a dog-friendly country pub. Jem was delighted with the doggie sniffing and new canine pals here.
A coastal dog walk, starting from a distinctive Martello tower. From October to April the massive beach is ideal for doggie fun and games.
At first glance this is just another small village with a pub. But as soon as you start to walk around with the dog, it's clear that there are some marvellous moments to be had here.
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...