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Another fabulous place for a dog walk in the middle of the massive Hurt Forest. The lane to get to the car parks is single-track, so allow time for negotiating this.
Pretty dog walk through airy woodland to a path leading around a lake.
This part of the forest is known as Warren Pease, so we expected to see lots of rabbit burrows. Wrong! This is a heath rather than dense woodland part of the forest.
The walk here is all about views, altitude and the wind. It's a short drive from the pub and you could easily spend all day on the roof of the Downs.
This is a bit like a history lesson squeezed into one visit. Interesting though, and even dogs can join in. The pub is big and friendly, and very welcoming.
Jem and I arrived here after getting a soaking on the walk, and loved the warmth and a comforting cup of coffee. Well, dog biscuits for Jem obviously.
This is so incredible, a 15th century building that is still fully in use and looking amazing. It was a farmhouse first, and became a pub later. But what a treat to experience this!
Local pubby pub near to a reservoir that's good for a dog walk. Parts of the building are really old, and there's a friendly feel to the place. Real ales and comfort eating.
A homely and welcoming pub, and on the day we were here it was lovely to see a cockerpoo puppy starting his life with pub socialisation skills.
Close to Billingshurst, but miles away in atmosphere, is this dog-friendly country inn with a waterside dog walk and relaxing garden.
Stylish country pub with a straightforward dog walk from the front door.
You may spot your dog sniffing more carefully than usual in this historic village pub. Smugglers once had the run of the place, and contraband was hidden in the rectory cellar and the inn.