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You would not usually think that a pub under the Gatwick flight path is worth visiting, but this is one of the exceptions. A warm welcome is assured and a straightforward walk awaits.
Not too far from Chichester Harbour, this pub is a fine building and exudes comfort just by looking at it. The welcome is warm and friendly and the walk is refreshing when you get there.
Very relaxing to stroll near water, and this is a massive reservoir that was first filled as recently as 1988.
A quiet little village with a dog-friendly pub, and access to a fine dog walk in woodland.
Family-friendly pub with a large garden and value food. Dogs welcome too.
Very dog friendly old coaching house in a bustling market town, ideal for the North Cotswolds.
A pub with real historic pedigree. It was used by Generals Montgomery and Eisenhower during the build up to D-Day in 1944. Now it welcomes dogs instead.
Quiet country pub with a dog walk on the doorstep. Nothing fancy and ideal for a doggie stop on your journey.
Just over a mile from the A338 you'll find a fabulous heathland walk close to a dog-friendly pub with great charm and yummy pub nosh.
Good stop for families on the A31, with play areas for kids and a nice doggie welcome for good dogs too.
Dog-friendly Georgian coaching inn in the Hanpshire Downs, and ideal for a doggie pitstop on your journey - or just to enjoy their food.
If you're in the area and keen to see the 'end' of the island a potter around a lighthouse is always a delight. You'll find several historic lighthouses here at varying distances from the sea.