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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.
Enchanting woodland dog walk with a fine dog-friendly pub nearby.
Family-friendly pub with a large garden and value food. Dogs welcome too.
A dog walk over fields and a dog-friendly pub with a welcome blazing fire in cold weather. And a garden that's probably pretty in the summer.
Small rural pub in the High Weald. Dogs and walkers are welcome.
Historic town with a fine riverside dog walk and picnic spots. A popular tourist destination and better in school term-time if you're short of time. Definitely worth a visit though.
If you have to stop at the services, the northbound ones here have a really good off-lead dog walk that's well away from all the services hassle. Useful for caravans this one.