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A rustic-style inn with a large and attractive garden, and a welcome for dogs in part of the bar and the garden. Also close to the A23.
This is where William the Conqueror fought his battle and took the English throne. And Harald lost his eye and a kingdom. Since then the sea has receded so it's not as dramatic as you might expect.
Lovely example of a 'full rustique' Sussex village pub. It's a place where the great, the good and posh gardeners happily rub shoulders. And dogs are very welcome.
A choice of dog walks and a much-praised foodie pub/bistro, with the superest little stove in Sussex. That sounds about right!
Village pub with a friendly welcome for walkers, dogs and families. Parts of the pub date back to the 1700s.
Just a moment from the busy A27 dogs and drivers wlil find an excellent dog walk, and refreshment at a dog-friendly inn.
Dog-friendly village pub and with a variety of dog walks starting from the door. Not too far from the A29.
Small rural inn that's immensely popular at weekends.
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.
An easy dog-friendly country pub to find on the A283 near Petworth, and a short dog walk for Fido from the car park. There's a fabulous outlook over fields to the Downs.
Popular village dining pub, and a walk that'll help boost your appetite for some very good food. Can get very busy at weekends.
Despite the name, the pub is not to be found on top of the famous rabbit residence. It is beautifully situated in a pretty village in the North Wessex Downs overlooking the Test Valley.