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A fabulous pub overlooking one of the few cricket pitches in the country where sixes have been banned. The walk is a delight and really easy to follow.
When you really want to get away from the traffic, head for this little village high in the hills above the Dart valley.
Pretty riverside pub with a large waterside garden and a short doggie legstretch in woodland.
Big open spaces for dogs to go totally nuts and hurtle around. And a big wide view over the county on a clear day. Less than 2 miles from the A3
Dog-friendly 14th century castle (with just a bit of restoration) and walk, close to the A21. It's a good family stop with interesting stuff for kids.
Great combo of a turrety medieval castle and a dog-friendly pub with good food and quick service.
Another mind-meltingly ancient pub, this one has been trading since 1430. And it's a treasure. You've probably seen it on TV already!
Dog-friendly village pub on the River Ems. Look out for the changing cartoons by a well-known chap on the blackboard.
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!
Lovely out of the way village, with a fine dining pub and the chance to explore part of Charlton Forest with the dog.
Start with a bound with the hound in the forest, and then a dog-friendly pub is a 2-minute drive away. Or bring a picnic and tarry a while in a woodland glade.
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.