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Walk around the lake, or head into the valley behind, or just take the dog for a paddle - there's plenty of choice here, and the paths are mostly manageable all year round - you'll need to scramble...
Popular and busy pub with plenty going on. The Inn dates from the 16th century - when it used to host a horse market.
A dog-friendly pub with good food and a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.
It's worth going a few minutes out of your way to enjoy a visit to this bright and airy dog-friendly countryside pub in deepest Sussex.
Remote and isolated, this reservoir picnic spot is ideal for that moment when you and the dog really don't want to socialise with strangers! The lane there is narrow, and the final stretch unsurfaced.
This is all about the Heydon family, and a bit of a bonfire of the vanities story. The Heydons made it big in wool, splashed out on flamboyant building projects and made some poor investment choices.
Dog-friendly dining pub on the village green, and overlooked by an enormous village church.
A dog walk from the start of what's now a leisure trail for walkers and cyclists.
Dog walk and swimming. And then you can take refreshment at a comfortable and well organised dining pub with a large garden and good food.
A glorious dog walk through the woods above a National Trust stately home. Excellent views and less crowded than the house and gardens below.
A light and bright dog-friendly pub with family appeal and you're welcome for a coffee, snack or a meal.
Cracking pub and a stress-busting walk to get some clean air and big views. If you can, stay a few days and go mad on the mountains!