National Trust property with magnificent gardens and plenty of space for dogs to stretch their legs.
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.
Within seconds of the A27, and still a country pub with a woodland dog walk within easy reach.
Characterful dog-friendly pub in a village that's world's away from the nearby A31. Walk, heritage and some outstanding cottage gardens to admire.
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.
Very much dog-walking country, with two popular walking routes passing by the village. And two dog-friendly village pubs too.
Rural village pub where dogs and walkers are welcome.
Opened-up old pub with beams, and a fine welcome for dogs and kids. Close to the A6 although you'd never guess it.
Just over a mile away from the M1 J13 you're soon in a fine country pub with a dog walk nearby - and all set to enjoy a motorway break.
Good short walk for dogs in the woods, and a bright and friendly gastro-pub with menus to suit drivers on the go, and foodies wishing to linger.
The story has it that a Civil War battle between the Cavaliers and Roundheads took place right on the site of this very dog-friendly pub. A shaggy dog story? Maybe, but it could be true.