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Dean's Place, Alfriston
The refined beauty of Sussex is a welcoming invitation to explore its hospitality and its natural surroundings. From vineyards to coastal walks, country to coast, Sussex is the perfect place to holiday with four-legged friends. Head to a pub-with-rooms where you can walk the High Weald and Winnie the Pooh's Ashdown Forest before returning to tell the resident spaniel about your adventures. Or enjoy a break at a Victorian luxury Sussex spa hotel overlooking the sea in Eastbourne. Perhaps you prefer a country house retreat in Midhurst, a stylish restaurant with rooms in Camber or a quirky art hotel in Brighton. There are those that simply offer a friendly place to rest those paws, and those that go the extra mile with dog bowls, treats, blankets and toys. Here are some of the top dog-friendly hotels in Sussex.