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A linear dog walk on a Bridleway in quite good condition, and with no livestock or stiles. It's a safe spot for dogs to enjoy their sniffing and you probably won't see anyone else around.
A dog walk with sensational views. Even from the car park it's good and as you walk up the hill the outlook gets bigger and even better.
Another part of the Hurt woodlands where dogs can enjoy a very superior sniff and scamper.
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.
Quiet woodland, and a gentle space for a mooch with the pooch. Dogs can romp, sniff and thunder around and have a really good doggie time here.
When Jem and I were here the hill was alive with the sound of happy barking. There's more to the hill than appears at first visit, and this walk is well worth exploring.
It's the wrong area, but this pretty village does have something of Midsomer about it! The pub is very much the heart of things, and is a traditional establishment.
Another fantastically ancient Kentish inn, this one dates from the 16th century. And plenty of walking on the long-distance Greensand Way.
A thoroughly hospitable, popular dog-friendly pub with an easy dog walk or just a scamper for little legs on the nearby village green
An old coaching inn on an 'old' road isn't that unusual, but this one has a medieval pedestrianised bridge to go with it. Lovely. Don't mess with the geese, they have a powerful nip!
On the westbound side of the A29 you'll find this dog-friendly inn with access to hours of forest dog walks.