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There's a huge amount to do and see here - from joining a stretch of the 100 mile South Downs Way long dog walk to admiring the views or just sitting.
Popular dog walking forest, with a view over to the White Horse cut into the chalk down. The best view is from the far end of the car park.
Dog-friendly shingle beach with loads of space for dogs to go nuts by the sea. There's sand when the tide is out. This isn't where Willian the Conq landed, this wasn't even land then!
The pub is a 17th Century converted farmhouse placed in a picturesque village near Chichester. Dogs get a big welcome here, and there are good dog walks nearby. Also close to the A27.
Popular touristic village with good dog walks to the coast and a welcoming dog-friendly pub perched on the village green.
A coastal dog walk, starting from a distinctive Martello tower. From October to April the massive beach is ideal for doggie fun and games.
South coast village, full of charm and a delight to visit. Can get very busy in summer.
Wonderful dog walk in the Cuckmere valley, and a popular 17th century dog-friendly pub at the start. Incredible as it may seem, this tiny hamlet was home to a Mr and Mrs Prince of Wales.
An excellent dog walk along the ancient coastline and then the chance to enjoy the warmth and companiable atmosphere of a stylish rustic pub.
Nestled under the tower of the 'cathedral of the marshes' this dog-friendly pub was once an important hub for smugglers. And the church was used as a warehouse for contraband too!
You may spot your dog sniffing more carefully than usual in this historic village pub. Smugglers once had the run of the place, and contraband was hidden in the rectory cellar and the inn.
A dog-friendly treasure of a pub, surrounded by dog walks. Once a hidden haunt for smugglers this 15th century inn is definitely worth a visit.