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Dog-friendly pub and a lovely country dog walk in the village celebrated as the birthplace of Sir Walter Raleigh.
Enjoy a dog walk with big views, and a tasty home-cooked lunch or snack in the traditional village pub. Clearly the beating heart of the village.
I'm guessing that the town would have been a sort of stagecoach hub in days of old, and this is the inn that outlasted the competition.
Rural pubby pub with lots of green space around it, and dogs are welcome. Popular with weekenders when the sun is shining. Good for families.
A welcoming and relaxed country inn with several comfortable little rooms for dining or snacking. Light and airy, and not a bit grubby-pubby.
A dog-friendly dining pub that's on our 'one to watch' list. Owner Simon took this run-down village pub over in late 2018 and has started his to-do list with the food.
Gentle woodland for canine romping and sniffing. Jem loved the soft leaves and moss on his paws.
Part of a large dog-walking forest that spreads between Surrey and Hampshire, this is quite secluded and has a really lovely arboretum.
Heathland where dogs can scamper free, and it's part of the totally enormous Hurt Forest. A very quiet and relaxing spot.
We loved this walk, and the chance to walk alongside a vineyard made this feel more like the Champagne region than Godalming.
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.