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Perfect opportunity to take a walk with the dog in really pretty woodland, and with the added attraction of the foundations of an ancient fortress.
Dogs are allowed throughout the pub and dining areas, with huge dog biscuits handed out on arrival. In the warmer months there are several outdoor areas to enjoy, with plenty of water bowls available.
Recommended by Carole and Jack who say 'A friend organises an annual dog walkers' Christmas brunch here and on our lunchtime visit, wet and bedraggled, we all received a warm welcome.
A 16th century dog friendly freehouse with a roaring log fire in winter, and a relaxed 'smart rustic' atmosphere.
Quiet and peaceful woodland where dogs can run free and enjoy some very superior sniffs. Jem was very taken with this wood.
Oh my oh my - this is the cutest of villages, and the number of footpaths criss-crossing to get here shows that pilgrims and travellers have been heading this way for centuries.
Totally brilliant old-school pub where the owner and customers are fabulously dog-friendly and have a fantastic track record of raising funds for the Canine Partners charity.
Dog-friendly dining pub where walkers, cyclists and well-scubbed diners mingle happily together in a convivial atmosphere.
Doggielicious woodland walkies, pawfect for a driving break, and if you live near here it must be a suburb of canine heaven.
Another part of the Hurt woodlands where dogs can enjoy a very superior sniff and scamper.
We loved this walk, and the chance to walk alongside a vineyard made this feel more like the Champagne region than Godalming.
The pub overlooks a pocket-sized village green and at first glance looks just like a house from an Agatha Christie story.