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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
There's no getting away from the sound of the nearby motorway droning on in the background. But at least you can't see it.
The forest centre is so low-key it's easy to miss it completely. But this is the only car park in the forest that has WCs and touristic information.
Fully accessible 14km leisure walk over the bed of a former railway line. So it's pretty flat too. The parking here is more or less in the middle of the route. Handy for the A22.
Light and airy, dog-friendly pub set in a really attractive Sussex village. An unpretentious and welcoming atmosphere.
Historic and dog-friendly coaching inn off the A22, and just a few minutes drive from Lewes. It would be tempting to talk about the exceptionally quirky interior here.
Within seconds of the A27, and still a country pub with a woodland dog walk within easy reach.
Great food, an outstanding view, and a very unique building with a full-on dog walk from the door. Oh yes, and awash with history.
Brilliantly dog-friendly pub with Sunday dog walks and all sorts of waggy fun. And cracking good food too.
Jem loved the dog walk here, along a route called the Milky Way. It's fine Hampshire countryside and pure delight for a doggiestop.
A good family and dog stop on the Salisbury Road with a circular dog walk over fields and a quiet country lane.
Timbered inn that's easy to spot from the road, and a really good woodland for dog walking. You do need to walk on the pavement by the road to get there for 5-6 minutes which is a pity.